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Honey Is nectar secreted In the The German financial reports show blossoms of numerous plants, gnther-ei- l several billions of mnrks. ii ilefieit of nnd ripened by the bees. On acWho enn wonder, when wc consider count of the sugar shortage last year, I murks Germany left upon Belthe to ue ninny people hnvc learned Be gium mid Northern France? honey In many different ways, Hie on tho beekeeper who produces first c!n., y lliirmony In the sonnte re .mlar term of the March the League of Nations plan seemed to In. by having followed the sclenti- - cu!t ciurt convened last Monday with Last night about eight o'clock, II. volvo ns many notes of discord ns n fir nnd practical mcthodi will nlwnjs Jutiiie Hcrdln nn the bench nnd Com Garrard County's Hoard of Super The first definite Information that Uichnrd Strauss symphony. find n tnnrl.it for his product. mnnnrnlth Attorney Purvcnr and Clay Uupley, of Stanford, was in- the Harrow Unit, which' is composed visors convened last Monday nnd arc The United States has hecn jo acI junty Attorney (i. C. Walker look- stantly killed In nn auto wreck- on the mainly of leading physicians, nurses now In session in the office of the rugs customed to using Armenian ing nfter the state nnd county inter- Lexington pike, near the Fork Church nnd attendants from Lexington and County Tax Commissioner. five miles from I.nncastcr nnd Dave other Dluegrass towns, would leave From the fact that tho Tax Com nnd laces and embroideries Hint it can You nrr cordially Invited to the ests. perhaps handle nn Armenian mandate Christian Church llible School whirh Utile time was lost in selecting the Kennedy, also of Lincoln wns serious- Snrisbury Court, England, nt once for missioner had raised the value of Gargrand-Jurwith ease and efficiency. rard county land to nearly $3,000,000 and the charge to this ly injured, while Lee I'upley, a broth- its return trip to the United States ut 10 A. M. er of the dead man escaped with if indeed it had not already taken its over the assessment of 1917, it wns The presidential third term has The morning worship begins 10.55. body by Judge Hardin was brief and slight wounds. departure was received in Lexing- thought that there would be no raise If wc were to Tho morning sermon theme will be very strong, especial attention being long hecn n bugaboo. Tho three were returning from ton Saturday. by the State Tax Commission, but called to the new doc law and Imexperience one, would it prohably he "I'nul's Thorn In the Flesh". Lexington in n Ford runabout, Ken This news enme in n letter from such is not the case and the duties cry different from n second term? The evening service begins at 7:30 pressing upon them their duties to nedy was driving nnd Lee was sitting Dr. David Barrow, head of the organi before the Supervisors Is plainly lnid the law was properly enforExquisite spring dnjs which will and the pastor will take up the fourth see that them that it was not in the Inp of his brother Clay, when zation, to his son, Dr. Woolfolk Bar-ro- down by that Commission and n raise bring poetry into our lives nrc at sermon of a series on the Fundamen- ced. He told the dog owners to the enr turned turtle nt what Is in which it wns stated that ord on land in Garrard county at $1,000,-00- 0 only the duty of Look up the lloor wax and the tals In Religion which v. ill be "Mirhand. is ordered and the value of town luive their dogs licensed nnd tugged, known ns the "Ilout Lane" just in ers had been received by the unit to acles". scrubbing brush and last year's front of the Fori! church, the car goAll who wish to do so arc invited to but It was nlso their duty to have ing down an embankment about five make Immediate disposition of its lots must also be raised not less than patients, check and pack all equip- $25,000. these dogs tied or fastened up at Why does the sailor call his boat n worship with us and hear these vital night, n violation of which was n fee1, high, tluowlng Lee clear out of ment and make ready to rail for The locnl board is consisted of the motorist questions discussed. "wagon", and why does the following well known citizens repheavy fine to the owner. Judge Har- the machine, while Kennedy nnd Cla home. in each Lee call his car n "boat"? Is it Several members of the unit ar resenting the four magisterial dis din told them that it had been proven, were pinioned underneath. unalrase a longing for "the far-ol"beyond a reasonable doubt" that the Ituplcy was powerless to give the un rived in New York Thursday on the tricts of the county and nil are men igned ami dim?" At the auction sale of the Jack main reason the farmers had quit fortunate victims any aid, being un- Maurctania and some of them aro ex that will do their duty conscientious President Wilson is tired of mak- Spoonamore farm In ltoyle county on raising sheep, was on nccount of the able to lift the machine, but drawing pected in Lexington in the next few ly and equitably: W. S. Carrier, chair ing history nnd wants to chronicle it the l!7th, 00 acres bought by K. (i. heavy loss being inflicted by the nls pistol, fired it several times in the t'ays. man; Norman Grow, Walker Brad- Creech at $200. the acre. 70 acres worthless curs of the country. He nil to attract the neighbors who lived Instead. shaw and Burnam Ledford. The State Tax Commission states tr idn iMilitirimi who wants votes by T. I. llutchins at $192.30 the spoke of G.000 letters having been quite near. Mr. Lcs Clark who. lunr 1 . tn mnrrv lb,, woman who wants (acre. 42 acres by T. I Hutchins at sent to Hint-maspecifically in a letter to Judge Stapp farmers of the the- - noise of the wreck hurried to 22(. and acre. Tax- - what Is expected of the local board, asking their renson for not their aid, nt which time Dr. William have a Rood basis slate n vote, would they .. At the Auction sale on the J8th of minim- - tli,.,.ii nml thn M'ttlv frnni nil Johnson, of this city came up and i which sayB: for ,ut fifu,CIli lmJ fIlI, u wa, Keby, 170 acres near 1lu.t-nv,l!i- . nc. they lifted the machine from the vic"You will please lay this communiThree different opinions nre advan- W. C. Floyd to .Stewart Hnn.on for tims It was soon found that Clay ()f t)C count ced In the peace conference ns to the $K,5 per acre. Mr. J. C. Russell, of the Internal cation before the County Board of j . Uupley had been Instnntly killed, his tier-man- y Th(, Kran,.jury ,a, Supervisors nt its meeting on the seccl 0IU. nature of damages for which On yesterday he sold privately for,,ay nnd his Revenue Office, at Danville arrived ond Monday in March, or at such niIj0UrnC( unti thia morn. neck having been broken Hut should pay indemnities. in the city Tuesday morning and has . ii. i cw ney ;uu acres in uoyie 1.0, , - chest crushed in. Kennedy was found No n,ict,m.nls iiave been turntime as it takes up the consideration no one either in the peace conference ...... .... . . rt f.nA...n to have had n broken jnw and other fitted up his office in room 9, of the of the equalization of property in " i "V" "V . P' " Kcngarlan Hotel, where he is in or in the whole world doubts the oh- , slits. painful injuries nbout the face and ' ine following cnei have been ligation of Germany t it pay indemni-- j structing the taxpayer and giving all your county. After due consideraposed of since convening of the court; head. He wns placed in the car with the assistance possible in making out tion, and after the hearing on March ties of some kind. Dr. Johnson nnd brought to the ofCommonwealth vs. Arch Iloatright 3, the State Tax Commission has conthe proper returns. Society Note: The president of The public sale of the personally charged with malicious shooting, fin-o- f fice of Dr. J. M. Acton where he now He expects to remain here until the cluded to direct the Board specifically the United States has recently paid n is, but not in n serious condition. as follows: J. I'. Bourne took place at his ed $100 and costs, same to be worked brief visit to this country. Undertaker J. L. llenzley, wns sum 15th, nnd asks that the farmers come FIRST It will increase the assesshome on Danville Street jestcrday out if not paid; Same against Dan blanks, The seventeen year locusts nrc due morning. moned from Stanford und took the in nnd call for the "farmer" There was !i good crowd i Tnnkersley, for creating a nuisance with their net income nit figured out ed value of lands from $8,208,494 to . , again this year. How surprised they remnius of the unfortunate victim to and the proper exemptions nnd little $9,208,494, or n total increase of not '' ,. .. 7? . ... ., ZiT. .. ,, in Stanford. will be when they . learn that in their I ,, The ... ' " " . MHH uultv Itt.ll. iti.ili.l u. 7' r.VtTJ IIIIHK "H liijiiK luilUMi his home years old and n sondeceased time will be taken in figuring the less than $1,000,000. The Board of Mr. was .14 " will do this by placing upon the cd n deadly weapon, resulted in i ,. lis pleased with the results. . Amount of tax due. If the llolshevists ami labor iii-- ( assessment books all lands which have (,no ,fnm uf muIt,s uroUKht $5il:hung jury; same vs. Henry Tenter, and Mrs. II. C. Uupley of that city. -Coroner S. II. Anderson was on the elements of unrest om, tpnm turbers and other been omitted, and by increasing the mil nnotncr $300; assault and battery, a fine of $250 scene in a few minutes nfter the ac kindly take a short imp until would assessed valuation of individual taxn brought j;,.oo a barrel at the and costs resulted; same vs. Hiiey us coulil gel trie worm " crjj, nn, hliy brought $30 n hundred! Davis charged with false swearing. cident nnd an inquest was held, the the rest of payers whose assessments are less verdict being in accordance with the running onler again, inc woui.i ounj,: ,0gs sold high, while the milk filed with leave to reinstate; the than 85 per cent, of their actual The State Board of Health, above facts. fer a favor. The following cases were dismiss- United States I'ublic Health Service value. The Board should see that no rim. drought from $100 to $1 sold ed by the commonwealth, Win. Wren, implements Hero (or hero, don't you think that u.ni. Karming and the Red Cross arc united in this property is assessed at less than 85 is much higher than they were bought Abe Knuckles, Hump Osborne, Frank the Hol.ller w!io curries the mules appeal to every citizen of Kentucky per cent of its actual value for the Hopkins, Less fiafney, Wesley Mc- the most heroic? You would if ynu for two years ago. to hcln in lessening the spread of In present year. Creary, Dillard Littrell, Jess White. SECOND It will increase the thoroughly understood the character of fluenza nnd the development Fall.The enses of Mount vs. it. L. Hose, assessed value of town lots from nnd temperament of the jrmy mule. The thousands of claims filed by Pneumonia. V. A. I.tar vs. J. (J. Davis, nnd Wm, Nearly four hundred thousand $771,340 to $790,340, or a total inThe Irish question is the one ques-tlo- n James l Smith who with his famAmerican citizens and concerns Kcntuckians suffered from these dis- crease of not less than $25,000. mlch necr under any rircum-stan- ily moved to Hamilton, Ohio., about Ijinc vs. W. K. Whittaker nre set for against Germany nnd Austria-Hu- n THIRD The Board will see that 'o receive nn answer. eight ears ago, received fatal injur today. S. N. lson vs. Clarence Iiublc gnry totnl nbout $750,000,000, it wns eases last year, and fourteen thoui eem nil tangible personal property, except etc. Drew I'eters vs. Grant Hum- As o' grcas aarled ui a wild rush ies by falling from a ladder while announced recently by the State De- sand died from them. Deaths and ! Ti.M.lnv ..fipr.! moniis. nnu .uniani reiers vs. i.rani partment, nt Washington, which has sickness can be greatly lessened this live stock, agricultural implements, ,hi for h'-- e n peiimbcil void called ni. nre set for Friday. manufacturing machinery and raw rVbtunn- - lHth. nml died the IlammonJsi had a large force working for months year if each individual will do his nfter it Hey trerj! you :o forgotten ., material on hand at the plant, is Hut con-gre- next day nfter being tnken to the Spears nnd Son vs. A. I'. Sloan is set claims nre divided into two clnsses, part in avoiding them. to ft uj the for Saturday. In the Paint Lick Have yourself and family and assessed at not less than 85 per cent evidently didn't Iwir. ns it only Hospitnl. those nrising from submarine ntroci F.ly vs U und N. Live stock, agriof its actual value. Mr. Smith Is well remembered here, flood ense, Catherine ran tne faster. ties nnd those due to other nets of the every one dependent upon you inocof the Methodist linilrond is set for next Tuesday compiling the American losses. The ulated at once. Nearly five hundred cultural implement, manufacturing On cf the imVc1 batnlions rear -- being n sexton in machinery nnd raw material on hand nnd March 18th Empire. The former in thousand have been inoculated In thti (V.n.n of pesimlni church for n number of yenrs ed '.lo-n- i One case that is attracting much Central Very few of these have nt the plant should be assessed at 100 elude losses for death or injury to Kentucky. Tile rupihtn cf tlvs iia H ii't on wnkh wns considered a fine painter. He per cent of its value. The total He interest is Lilly Conn Dishon Admr. American citizens, destruction or developed influenza, and less than a tangible personal property shall of t'niy c jssed n:.- f ib . n me flav leaves a wife and five children. K. Dishon Admr, in a damage not wns a devout member of Franklin vs. T. damage to American vessels and car dozen have died from pneumonia. tie vtyiitfu o crari dur jg suit for $25,000, resulting in the kill Material for inoculation is furnished be less than $2,109,917. boxes of Lodge, I. O. O. F of this city, which Ing of Mrs. Dishon by her husband goes, ns well ns American cargoes in l'eople cannot nfford FOURTH The total increase shall officiated at his funeral in Ham foreign bottoms nnd the loss of vul free by the State Board of Health. chocolates nt the present price, but order not be less than $1,025,000 on lands and the suicide of the latter last sum ilton, Ohio, where he wns buried. uable personal property other than Go to your doctor and be inoculated. they do nnhow. mer, Augumcnts on demurrer be. If you arc not able to pay for tho and town lots. If necessary to equal enrgoes. fore Judge Hardin were heard yes ize on the basis indicated, the Board Albert Kdwnrd, Prince of Wnles. Losses due to rtlicr nets include the service, go to your Health Officer and Tlio itfml.int it, t!ii rni. nay exceed an increase of $1,025,000. titil.i is said to be on the lookout for a destruction nnd requisition of Ameri have it done without cost. Avoid ..Mar-- 1 Down In rulton County, .Mr. wife. How would some nice Amerirt.,,rt,tcd by Hon. Kendrick Ab can I'.'I'erty m ir.emy territory oc visiting the sick, especially if they FIFTH Certain intangible schedules have been returned to the Board, can girl like the Job of making His ion llrowder believes in passing every corn of S(nforii am j, i:, Robinson cupt"l by tin enemy at variu's times, have colds or sore throats. Itoynl Highness' coffee nnd mending gooil thing along to his neigimors. j wlilc tie pMntift i represented by It is frequently difficult even for a and tho Board should follow the dirare litiniated to amount to $300,000, .ears ago he necnme interesieu in Hcrif Et!w.in .Morrow of Somerset His Uoyal Highness socks? doctor to tell a bad cold from mild ections of tho State Tax Commission , 00. f Walker, According to ull appearances "I. nlfalfn and developed n Ilelil by the nriJ julK,, Pneumonia, influenza. in nearly in relation thereto, nnd should sec use or lime, phosphate ami innocuianeglected that each person has tho proper noevery case, is following W. W." stands for "I Won't Work". tlon. Kvery farmer who passes that: mild influenza. If you take cold, go tice. In addition, the Board should Supporters of the League of Na field must know exactly what Mr. Sy- home for the safety of the commun- seek diligently for intangible propLoose-Lea- f tions "understand" thut the Monroe llrowder did for he has erected n big ity, to a well ventilated room by your- erty which has not been assessed, and doctrine is satisfactorily covered by sign which rends: V self, for the safety of your family, should get it all on the assessor's Its constitution. In this case it would LIMK, IMIOSI'HATK, and to your bed for our own safety. books. Intangible property placed be better to know than to understand. The committee named by the diCONSERVATION OF Send for your doctor, but If you arc on the books will not be considered Mr. Hohenzollern is wearing out his to locate a site for the Garrard rectors MOISTUUK AND unable to get him, take a dose of as part of the above mentioned inwelcome and his best olothes in HolTobncco Warehouse closed u con1NNOCULATION GOT A meeting hasIieen called for Fri crease. morning with parties on day evening nt the court house to Castor oil, drink water freely, and land, nnd the Lord only knows where tract this THIS ALFALFA. SIXTH In assessing the shares of soups, eggs, and other soft food, will get any more of either. Campbell street in the Middlesboro complete the organization of this eat he THINK IT OVKIt. bank stock of the banks in your I facing on Totten county for the Armenian nnd Syrian called to taste. Avoid whiskey. It county, you should section of the city take the total of The site selected is an ideal Relief Fund and to prepare for the neither prevents nor cures influenza. avenue. is well, and the capital stock, surplus and undione, being on the L. and N. Uailro.nl, drive throughout the county whicl Stay in bed until the cold vided profits on nn 85 per cent basis, Wo have corn for you stay by yourself the chances to be had now. which is nn important item, ns the will probably be Sunday March 30th. if From sale, white and yellow. Straw, hay nre jou will net develop pneumonia. which amounts to $372,222. prizing houses necessarily should be Other counties throughout the If you do these things nnd have been this amount you should deduct the Special nnd nil kinds of mill feeds. Bonus. in located. state have already raised its appor- inoculated, you nrc practically cer assessed value of the real estate listed prices on ton lots Tho building is to be nn immense tionments and our neighboring counMany requests huve been received by the banks as ot July 1, 1918. Wc GAItltAUD MILLING CO. 13.2t. tain not to develop pneumonia. by The Courier-Joumfor the ad- stiueture and the plans now nre that ty lloyle, went far beyond her allottCover 'jour noke and mouth with note that your bank shares are assessdress of tho proper person to apply it will probably be u twin building ed apportionment. your handkerchief when sneezing or ed nt $200,302. Flease investigate to for the $00 bonus voted nil soldiers with a lloor space of 150x100 feet. Mr, Adolph Joseph has agreed to coughing, nnd persuade others to do if the difference between $372,222 and sailors by Congress. Cnmp X.acli- with driveways on either side and two accept the chairmanship of the varso. Don't go where crowds are, and J and $200,302 wns listed by the banks I will on SATURDAY, MARCH nry Tnylor authorities have furnished through the center. ious working committees mid went to if you find yourself where komeono is in renl estate. Any increase on this will face Totten I'nint Llcl; Tuesday to effect nn orThe building 22nJ, nt on o'clock, I'. M., lit EAST 'I lie Courier Journal with litis name sneezing nnd courfhlng, leuve Immed assessment shall not be considered avenue, tho center of the structure ganization there. Committees ICNH STOCK YARDS, nt Richmond, and uddress: will iately. part of the above mentioned increase. Lemon on the Mcltoberts lot, the building ex- bo organized over the entire county "Zone Financier Officer, Ky, sell 15 registered Short Horn Locnl epidemics of influenza nre tending North and South from this and tho plans now are to so organized, Cuttle. Foundation stock enmo from llullding, Washington, I). C." occuring and are likely to occur Washington, March 8th (by A. 1'.) point. The front will be of attrac- that the work nnd amount may be now L. tho herd of Richard Cobb, Danville, from time to time for the next two or l'aymcnt to discharged soldiers of tive design, of brick, with steel gird-el- s subscribed In n shut time. Ky. Will also sell Mules, Stock three years but they can bo avoided Mrs. A. S. Price received the shock and the whole building will be the .Shouts, Grade Calves, Walking horses the $00 bonuses authorized by the All persons who are interested in by uny community, family or indivi- ing news of the sudden death of her etc. Any one desiring catalog write last Congress is being delayed by fail- most modern of its type Inthe Btate, the great work lire usked to come to dual if they will do these things. sister, Mrs. J, L. Crady, In Louisvillo when CHARLES Ii. JETT, Richmond. Ky. ure of the soldiers to comply with the with the prizing houses located in the tho meeting Friday evening Be inoculated today I last Tuesday morning. John W, lluin, Lexington, Auctioneer. requirements of tho law. War De- rear and in closed conjunction to the final arrangements will be made. The cause of her death being pneuofficials an- railroad. partment disbursing Other articles in this Issue tells of monia superinduced by influenza. nounced today that thousands of solthe extreme importance of this work George Ade, the writer and hum- Mrs. Price was not even uware of her WATCH YOUR BROOD SOWS diers had sent "true copies" of their and we hope that all will read them We wish to express our sincere and be enlightened even more as to orist, once said: "Good roads cost sisters illness, and owing to the serdischarge papers and that payment of Do not let them become constipated. Give them an occasional dose of the bonuses would be delayed until thanks to our many friends and the great needs of these suffering money, but show mo a community ious Illness of Dr. Price, was unable Mrs. which has Invested In hard roads, such to attend the burial services. the original copies are sent. In cases neighbors who were so kind to us dur. peoples. 13. A. THOMAS' HOG POWDER. us can bo used at all times of the Crady is survived by her husband and constipation. It Is a true con- where the original certificates have ing our recent Illnessof flu and pneu Mr. Frank Todd sold a nice pony year, and which would be willing to two children, Mrs. R. L. Baccus and ditioner and tonic. Makes strong, been lost, It was stated, the original monia, and assure them that such ,I .I V kindness will not be forgotten. and set of harness to Frank I'eters, go uacK to sue niuu-noie- s lor u cusn Miss Katherine Crady, all of whom We sell It, order for discharge must be and healthy live In Louisville. consideration. Mr. Woods Tudor and family. of Springfield, for $76.00. W. A. DICKERSON. Cracks At Creation. INSTANTLY KILLED BARROW UNIT COUNTY BOARD CIRCUIT COURT Monday. In Auto Wreck Near HOME Of Supervisors Now In ORDERED Convened last Marksbury. H. Clay Famous Organization Session. $1,000,000 Many Cases Disposed Rupley, of Stanford To Raised On .Of. Notified to Get Ready The Victim. Land. for Return to States. Sv.'inebroad Sells 'Em. ,,,,, INCOME TAX MAN Here Instructing Payer. '"":" !'' Successful Sale. ... TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY. Dies From - AMERICANS Have Millions in Claims He Put Up A Sign. BUILDING SITE Located For arehouse. $1,625 For Armenian And rian Relief, Asked From Garrard. .s'Tr' TWhere Soldiers And Sailors May Apply For Short Horn Cattle And Live Stock Sale. Mrs. J. Crady. Card of Thanks. Good Roads Stay Put. pl. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919. WfcK SELF-FEEDE- R Do You Want ft 6ar? BEFORE YOU BUY, BE SURE TO GIVE THE SAVES LABOR 8upply of Craln or Other Feed Kept Constantly Available Device Gaining Favor. (Prepared by th I'iitlnt Btttra Depart' ment of Agriculture ) With the Ingredients of n good ration constantly before them, placed so that they may eat at will, hogs will make gains more rapidly nml more economically than when fed by Intnl. Is growing III popular!' The Iv It I ttlnttite ti .little, lie m.iiilis of which n supply of grain or other feed is kept consinnuy nwuinnio to ine hogs, n order that they mny always satisfy the craving of tliclr appetites Dodge Car THE ONCE OVER. We can demonstrate one for you any day. HIS JOB WAS TO MARE BETTER AMERICANS He was never above employing popular means to that end. When ho was told his life story would mnke a bully photoplay, with plenty of punch and thrills galore Every "DODGE" owner is a well pleased owner "k FILM FOLKS WILL ENJOY" he said: "Go ahead, but no faking!" (He never could stand a fakir.) One of his last acts was to approve the finished production. If it KiNNAIRD Plus Getting Their Dinner BROS., Agents. Makes You See white and blue more clearly than before, will have been achieved. Red- - at 8 r. LANCASTER, KY. his purpose Romans Opera House Thursday, March 20 Matinee 2:30 with respect to the kind and amount for Hogs" of feed. "The (Farmers' ltulletln IhkI) explains the und gles ndvnntnces of the bill of materials necessary for Its construction. The growing scarcity of farm labor Is making it necessary to adopt systems of farming which will eliminate a part of the work required at rush seasons. Such a system Is carefully Kiirmlng described In "A I'om-ltel- t Sjstem Which Saves Ilnrve-- t Labor by Hogging Down Crops" (Tanners' Ilulletin 014). FEEDING Oil Net a Dad Old Cuctom. Until recent jonrs there wns a most respectable old Inr, In Warwickshire, Kngland, the proprietor of which was nccustomcd lo Imltc all bis patrons to aceoinpcny him nml his wife Sunday morning to n ci.urili directly opposite the Inn. On returning from sen Ice each customer was exacted to partake of refreshments offciod by the hospitable landlord free of charge. Fore it r of the Caucaius. The forests of the C'niicnsti In litis-si- n nre estimated at 12.tMi.ftil acres, chiefly Jn the I'lark sea territory, which Is nt the rati- - of nearly tenty acres to mrli Inbnbltnnt. The forests of wi stern Slbirla bne been scarcely explored, but they nre statist lo be iim.lMi.iM) ncres In extent, more than half being In an absolute state of nature. Hocky Mountain llemld. Wlideir of the Ancient.. It l my custom nery nlitht to run all otcr the words and actions of hn pnt day; for why tlmuM I fenr I be sight of ray errors when 1 can ndmon-l- h and forrlve myself) I wns n little too hot In such a dispute; my opinion might ns wriymic be n spa nil. for It gUNe offilsi. and d!I no good ut all. The thing wn true, but truths nre not to be sk..i ii at n I nii,s. -- Sene-u, Night . 7:30. SHEEP IN WINTER Meal Should Form Liberal Part of Grain Ration Where Coarse Feed It Given. Can Yeu Beat It? To prevent mNu of mtomohlles i device liss heen Invented Hint print within n locked hox n record of the tlmo nml iliirntlon of every stop made liy n c;tr to which it Is attached nml the distance and fpeeil hetwecn stops. Honey In Africa. Quantities of honey nre found In the African forests ny the imthcs in holThe lmnoy Is generally low trees. nt the summit of the trre, nml the men knock dnun the tree ...Id smoke the hees out of their lodging with burning grass. The honey Is then quickly collected and taken to ramp. Commerce and Art United. The period of Antwerp's great rls! to commercial properlty was nlso that of the city's chief artistic production.. The mimes of Qncntln .Matsys and of Kuhens nre specially connected with , tlii ilty. for Ilubr ns was esseutlnllj tin Antwerp man, nlthoii;li he wns not, J like Tenters nml elder, und Van Dyke, n native of the place. Watch for AlrquakeJ. KiizlKli nstronninir of pioral-nenc- e has advanced tlie Itasiry that there nre nlrquafcos, cntlre'y Indepcnd-en- t of eurlh.'junfcej. that nre en used hy of meteors In he the An NEW GARAGE Life of a Fl.'e. exiierts have hern studying files and find that the life of one PIGS RELISH LINSEED MEAL of these tools, on the average. Is strokes. To employ a file for more Sometimes Used as Supplement to '!'"" ll1,1no"1 I"'r'!,' nf It Is claimed, more than doubles the Corn In Feeding Is Cheap Carcost ef the work. I'opulnr Mechanic rier of Protein. Magazine. I.lnsood meal Is sometimes used ns a supplement to corn In hog feeding, Froos at Watp Eater. and when tnnknge or skimmllk enu-nThe common green frog 1ms he?. be obtained at n reasonable price discovered to poess an Insatiate this feed may become the cheapest greed for wnsps. Tills extraordinary currier of protein. appetite does not seein to tie In the bast checked by nn occasional Ming. IMMMMMt t The protecting color of the frog, which sits motlon!es upon leaves, no doubt LIVE STOCK NOTES'! iVIndeg the most wary of Insists Into n of security. Nynrk KwnlbK MIIMIMMMMMMMIM. Journal. Pork hogs Is n pretty fnlr business to follow now, provided you rnlso your feeds and every attention that wo enn give tn mnke the best of bogs will pay us well In the future. nnifli-nc- Where sheep are fed largely on coarse rough feed during the win ter season, with little or no clover or nlfnlf.i hny, or no silage or roots, oil meal should always form u liberal part of the grain ration. Its laxative nnd toning qualities will counteract the constipating effect of the dry, coarse feeds, which Is the cause of most of tho trouble which comes to flock owners In the winter months. PUBLIC SALE of fine Blue Grass Land for Jessamine County, at 10 o'clock a. m. on 287 Acres by-bi1-tains ."f1""' TUESDAY, APRIL 1st, 19 We will sell without reserve or d in three tracts then as a whole the farm known as the Jessamine county infirmary, located five miles southeast of Nicholasville, Ky., on the Chrisman Mill pike, known to be one of the best pikes in the county. In good neighborhood, with public school within 10 yards of the farm; two churches within 1 2 miles; good railroad station two miles from farm on the L and N. 1(50 acres, all in cultivation, tho TRACT NO. improvements consist of brick residence with eight rooms, two tenant houses with two rooms each. Two good stock barns, splendid never failing springs in the yard and all This tract is well watered by springs. 86 acres, all of which is in Blue TRACT NO. grass. Has not been plowed for twenty-fiv- e years; every acre will bring good hemp or tobacco. Tho improvements on this tract consists of a new three-roohouse and a new tobacco barn. This tract is watered by jtwo failing never springs. 41 acres, all in Blue Grass with TRACT NO. good water and no improvements. These three tracts will be offered separate and then as a whole, the best bid realized will be accepted. The entire farm is under good fence. out-buildinm re tains We arc ready now to do your work if you need anything in the Garage line. Wc have with us Mr. C. E. Shrader, of Louisville, who is an expert mechanic with many years' experience. If you have a big machine he is the man you want, having experience with the Pierce-ArroCompany. We have a Complete Line of two-year- Ornw Into the sheep business not go Into It. Iteglnneru should start on a rather small ecnlo nnd Increase the size or the hocks as experience is gained. Itye pasture will be n disappointment If you depend upon It as a solo ration but stock should have grain nnd other roughage. lleef feeders found long ago that In order to secure profitable and consist ent gains all their cattle should be dehorned. Alfalfa hay Is rich In protein, n rming whkh Idle nutriment horses nre not so much In need of. Cnttlo Hint nre fed sllnge do not shrink In transit any more than do those receiving dry roughage ulone. Knch cnlf needs n scpnrnte pall, for calves like nil other animals differ In j HICHELIN TIRES AND TUBES the best to be had. Come take a look at the AUBURN BEAUTY SIX The Car of Quality and Beauty. We shall appreciate a portion of your business and guarantee each and every one a square deal. their speed of eating. TERMS Ten per cent cash on day of sale, remainder of d January 1, 1920, at which time deed will be made and full possession given. The re1, 2, 3, and 4 years, equal installments, bearing interest at the rate of mainder in 6 per cent per annum from date of deed, to be paid annually. one-thir- When breaking tho colt, seo that all parts of the harness nre strong und fit well. T. S. BARR, Wilmore, Ky, J. R. WILLIAMS, Nicholasville, Ky., Committee. or G. W. LYNE, Auctioneer, Nicholasville, Ky. SMITH and ROBINSON, Real Estate Agents, Nicholasville, Ky. JESSAMINE REALTY CO., Nicholasville, Ky. CHRISMAN BROS. East Main St. Phone 38 Danville, Ky. continue to Why some farmers breed to the scrub stallions Is a mystery. Avoid clvlne horses. spoiled feed to th TheOantral Record, Lancaster, FOR AFTERNOON WEAR Ky. Thursday, Mch 13 1919. ALL WEAR VELVI tooooootrn. Classified Column RATES: $ & THE HUB Push in Brothers. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Material Also Popular for the Single Insertions lc n word j J No ad taken for less tbnn 20c $ Enters Largely Into Conitruetlon of i in this column. No nds in this J Best Frocks aa Well aa Garments $ column chnrgcil. $ for School Wear. Seven Insertions for the f J Everyone wears velvet this wlntor. 5 price of five. Thl means that tho nmnll girl la Phono orders mujt be paid elvet-- j cither entirely or imrllnlly " S promptly. U' Small Girl. SPRING MILLINERY gown of brown eharw mtuto and georgette, beaded and tt-t-tl trimmed. An afternoon SHOULD MATCH CAMISOLE OPENING Fridav) and Newer Type of Blouta Affords Ugly Discrepancy Between Waist and Skirt Section. Is anything HRlIrr ttinn the transparent peplum blouse worn with o light camisole tir corset oner? It was line) eunuch wllll tlu oU tlnie blouse that ended at the I II Hue, tiut when f blouse Is worn tlip newer thus thorp I un ncly discrepancy betin' wult Section and tlif skirt tween section if 'In" bbue. Of course, where tin front and back panel of tin blouse are of some heavier iniilcrlnl the effect In quite Hut when georgette or rlilf-fo- ii really needs n U usl tlit'ii ou ilnrk camisole. It ! not always easy to buy these, although they are tn tie linil In liuvjr blue, one or two shades of tirown. green nml Hie other uiio1 suit shades. Hut they are not dllll-cu- lt to make, unci )nti should hao olio or two to bo with ecry autt. Foft satin of some sort Is a good selection for the fabric although crcpo de rhino I 11N0 good. They ran to flnl'tuil nt the top with machine hemstitching, such n 5 "ii ouii have done nt n lr'uinktTV supply store, and tho shoulder straps limy either l inarto of ribbon to match or some of the fuhrlc llnlslod with n nnrrow hemstitching of the mum- - sort. Needless to my. tiny should be ndjustcj so Unit none of the lighter lingerie uppcurs nbote the (lurk camisole. Saturday, Vlarch 1415 - t"' All tne Season's NewestJFashlons. during the majority of her e hours. Velvet Is not used to (IpvpIop evening frocks for tho vpry young, lint It enters very largely Into the construction of many best or "Sun- tlay" frocks, as well as Into thp gar-inpdesigned for school wpnr. The dross made entirely of velvet Is usu-nll- y very picturesque nml distinguished, Willi whltp collnr nnd cuffs of rutin In self mid often n wide snh or contrasting color. For school or senlco wpnr a velvet skirt mny lie liy n blouse of crepe de chine or satin, or n sleeveless velveteen Mouse mny be worn over u pluln or plnld frock of serviceable wool material. The sketch shows n smart little frock for n girl of six or eight years, o combining n dress of plnld scree In red and black with n square cont of black velct or rut, velveteen, finished nt the neck with a rufflo of white organlde or georgette. The sleeves of the Jacket are cut short mulish to show n few Inches of the plnld sleeve. The enp to be worn with this outfit may match either dress proper or Jacket, or n combination of the two mnterlnls may be employed. A great deal of attention Is being paid to clothes for children this winter, and It Is Interesting to observe the exactness with which the wardIs crown-urobe of the copied In miniature for the child. under-slip- s Sleeveless nnd of pule colored silks and satin rolipil 5 JKOCXa5iJCTK5fXKH)Cg - KM itXHiOOt ' A Ford runabout In FOR SALE; good condition, sec C. M. Thompson, nt the Natl.u al Bank. FOR SALE: Stock cattle. 31 head COO pou.ld Ky. R. K. Swope, Bryantsvlllc FOR SALE: Buff Plymouth Rock eggs. 7oc per setting of 10 apt. "Wrs. Jack Adai'S Lancaster, Ky Thoroughbred Rhode Island Red Roosters for rnle. Phone SSZ-x- . Mrs. Woods Walker. Old Rugs, Carpets nnd Clothing make beautiful NEW RUGS. Call phone 397. Miss Fannie Bishop. t. FOR SALE: One team of good four year old horse mules. Ollie E.tcs. Some nice Barred FOR SALE: Plymouth Rock Cockrels nnd hens. B. F. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. J. JI. Mctcnlf, Surveyer, 25 years Blue prints turntsncd. experience. Phone All calls answered promptly. 185, Stanford, Ky. EGCS FOR SALEi Very fine strain of Huff Plymouth Rocks, $1.00 Mrs. Mary Doty, for 13. Phone 47-- Tailored and Dress Hats Millinery Novelties ancTMIsses'iand Children's Hats. Bryantsville Exchange. FOR SALE A lot uf baled bay, will sell in lots to suit purchaser. Call on R. W. Palmer, Mike Burnside or J. W. Elmore. S. C. Rhode Island Strain. Eggs for hatching, Star Route, Phone 40-- J Reds, Choice 15 for $1. Mrs. E. W. Perkins. Lancaster, ky. Bryantsville Exchange. Also showing several hundred of the smartest new Spring Suits, Capes, Dol- NO EXCUSE FOR UGLY HATS mans, Street and Afternoon Queen Quality Shoes, Etc. Come! Dresses, 1 Zi Listen, I have my Emery grinder installed nnd I am now ready to grind your plow points at any time. General repair work of all kinds done and Come one horse shoeing a specialty. A. II. Vanliuss, and nil. Crab Orchard Street, nt the J. F. Estes Stand For Sale s Dress. for girls us young as four years are shown, to be worn under little party frocks of net and other sheer fabrics. silk pajanins and silk nightgowns are iil-- n developed very little people. This for these scheme of dressing has Its advantages, too. It Is a real education In the art of being well dressed, started at the right time. DIMITY AND DOTTED Good white oak Lumber in stock. Virgin timber. Bills cut on short Carter nnd Pitts, notice. Carterville, Ky. Advance Headgear Models Show Variety From Which Most Fastidious Can Do 8ulted. There should be tin excuse for n woman selecting an ugly or uubccom-- ( Ing hat this seniion. Judging from tho variety of attractive advance models, on tlew. The milliners seem to have I it km thought fur every femliilno type. There are turbans high and low, flaring and mi mm, narrow lirlmtntHl lints ttrnnil Honduras Attractive, l.rlniim- -l huts, models turned mi nt tlm side, pokes' w'"' 11 lpuhltlon e.illmated nt fU,. front, ut the back or at the area nppmxlinnlely equal ami i.inl Irlcornes. and mining them all any I' woman should be able to llnd the ik. ' 111111 "f IVnnjlvaiila. Honduras Ins I alminlaiit room for development. It lKIi that particularly suits her. " Iroploil climate with few : the There Is a pronounced us0 of fl-- 1 '""aduinlnnes The Interior Ii rlcs mch as tulle, georgette civpe nnd ers satin, nnd In matter of trimmings mountainous mid snlulirlous, with have taken on nmnilng ; !,''"'l'1' rich land Millable for direr-formwhllo llowers are often eon- -' '"'' farming nnd fruit growing, while remainder, ecn the deep untlonnl to the point of penerslly.' " Krults, particularly of the extremely mountain slope. Is ued for pasturf.se. . liatunil Mirlety, lire umoug the trim- -' tilings which lire looked upon with In- -' How yvind Travels ereaKlng favor, and the more enliven- dlcusslg"ll.e wind w, tlonal ornameiitao ribbons, wings and u. .,,, ostrich tips are ulwaja la the back- ,H.r nXfU a,iim ,lw groUDU, ..i,,.,,. ui (ll tn mil..) !rr Foliage, whrat-ear- s In various col- hours, and a great hurricane SO to luu ors, fringe, cords mid tuasels, em- miles per hour. The eloclly of the broidered Jet, bended ornaments, pins earth on Its own uxls exceeds. It Is bennd buckles nil play their part In tlm lieved. 1,0110 mites mi hour. The velocninarliig arlvty of decoration which ity of the earth around the sun Is Is used ho sparingly on too Individual calculated to be (10,1100 miles per hour, Jmt. and the velocity of the moon to b miles per hour. WING AND BIRO TRIMMINGS you Arc Cordially Invited. The Movlt. Tailff. was tobl to urn over und see .Unit the price were for n special showing at the Movies that picture evening. When be enme back he said: "It's 11 cents for children and IT rents for the overgrown." HitrnM : Dr. Weber At Richmond. Strength of Cone and Oak. A very small bone, only one square millimeter .01,V square Inch In diameter, will hold .'CI pounds In su' pulsion without breaking, while u piety of the best oak of the sar.ie thickness will hold up only '.1' pounds, , I On Monday und Thursday of each week Dr. J. V, Weber will uc found in his olficc of the Oldham Building AH other .layj lis can nt Richmond. ii found t his oil Ice in the Dunn House at otmiford SWISS Notice. All persons having claims cgninst the estate of the late Levi Petid'cton, will present same to the undersigned These by April 1st, properly proven. indebted to said estate arc requested to settle tnmo at once. GnrrnrJ Bank and Trust Co., '' "'' r i "ir I!) I!) Fabric Used for Blouses Which Give Most Pleating Effect Handker. chief Linens Used. Dimity nnd dotted Mvlss blouses lire made up In smartly tailored waists which button up to the chin and have cuffs, bo long sleeves and tight-tiltinmany women like this sort of wnlt for morning weur and for sports that It Is it delight to find It In these two such cool und friU materials. Tho organdie waist, which was brought out some seasons ngo, never really caught on, though It was uttrnc- me In the rntuvr vivid shades of blue, rose and canary. The organdie being so transparent, though so delightfully Crisp, It looked particularly refreshing. Ulouses made of It seemed practically two, as the smoothest filling und most perfect of linings only underneath could be permitted. It Is the handkerchief linens which have supplanted these transparent beauties, und the Iriien lends nil the charm of color which the crisp organ dies presented. Many of the white linen waists have touches of color, as for Instance lu one smart model which has three stripes of color, one below the other mid on each shoulder, these funning u sort of yoke. Very narrow frills finish the little yoke at the shoulders und trim the shallow, round collar and small cuffs. Smock for Girls. The pretty little cotton smocks and d frocks worn by Mis are made smart with or something In brightly contrasting wool. Pale green cotton crepe, de chine, for example, Is trimmed with stitches of rose wool. All kinds ot wool dresses have oriental effects done la coarse stitches on the pocjtets, collars or sash end. Wool embroidery many time ornament the frock, about tne neck, as a aubstltat far taa vWM etlte , Administrator. Buy Your Ford Car ... ,. NOW i I 1 J Notice. All persons indebted to the estate of the late Mrs. Mary Jane Simpson, will please call and settle same. Thine having clalmk against said estate v.ill present same properly proven by ."? 1st. Garrtrd Btink and Trust Co., Administrator. Decorations for Headgear Are Simple If wp eannol agree with our present and Effective, Adding Attractive-nes- p or nelghliors, mnklng n to Hats. (liunge will In no way help to mend ! Is almovt n certainty that V' Among the trimmings of utmost sim- matters. It plicity undoubtedly moro effect Is we shall find the new folks Just like I gained by the daring sweep of wings the persons we left behind us, as fur or quills than can be achieved In any as Indifference mid lueomlderutlou are concerned. Tho trouble Is with other manner. A narnnd until we realize It and row brown atruw hut lias amall crisp wings snuggling close to tho brim, hut innko an ultempt to change our own unfortunate temperaments we will not IKdutlug out ut either side. slender wings sweep from tho hack of be bnppy unywhere. I a satin and straw toque; two short, flaring wings with edge Canning. spring from one aide ot a small, round The French were the tlrst people to turban of coarse straw. I reserve fruits and vegetables. This A black bird spreads Its wings over was a way bark In 1810. The French plnched up bsret of red iuIIbd, and government offered n prlie for the a amall, gray straw la best method of storing foods during topped by little overlapping gray the winter months, nnd among the sowings laid close on the side of tb lution was the canning proms. crown and softened by burnt ostrich merlca luvented the fruit Jar and brought the canulng Industry to be flue. one of the largest and most Important Coat of yelour d lalat ar tar In the world, running Into billions of 1 'ollnra annually. Whre the Trouble Is. I i $525.00 $500.00 $775.00 $650.00 $550.00 I 1 I FARM FOR SALE. 45 acres of good sand-ston- e land, with good 4room house and a new 4 acre Tobacco barn, located 4 miles from Lancaster. 20 ucres ot tills will raise tobacco. land Terms payable $1500. cash, nnd balance $500. per year. Possession January 1st, 1920, or will give immediate possession und transfer this years I Touring I! Roadster Sedan I I tenant contract. G. C. Walker. I i Coupelet Truck Chassis Above Prices F. O. B. Detroit CREAM SHIPPERS Of Garrard County. Why ship your cream when we pay you more, cents on the pound and press too. It you are a to a city by several pay the ex cream ship per, write us or send your cream and your can will go back to you the next day. We paid CO cents for the en tire month of January to our patrons, but you didn't get that much. Look at your report and see. Stanford Creamery Co. (adv) Stanford, Ky. I I liaselden Brothers , Tha (Jaatral Racord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13 1919. nnd n thoroughly American thing it set out $1.50 a Y.ar. one. It did the limed Weekly. to do, supplied the country PayabU in Advance. with nearly four million fightJ. E. ROBINSON, Editor. ing men, furnished the sinews K. h .ELKIN, Locnl Editor and Mgr. of war for them and stood at while they went Entered nt the Tost Office In Lan their backs through to victory. It has Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s packed its vnlise and gone Matter. home to rest and to inspect and Member Kentucky Press Association repair its political fences. and Peace to its cigar ashes nnd Eighth District Publishers League. fulfilment to its dreams! The Central Record It's n great thing to hnvc you know this .store ns your store. To know that great effort has been put forth to provide the That's very things in the exact qualities you want; to have It first In your mind when things for men nnd boys nre needed. We ask for your confidence) for We feel we deserve It. the mark we've been shooting nt all these years. No camouflage here either In merchandise or policy. You know that. You Men Back From Service The Seventeen Year Locust. into the swing of things in this old town. Friends locust, will be taken up where The seventeen-yea- r -a- ssociations-business an insect extremely interesting they were loft oil' when you went into O. D. to naturalists, but thoroughly detested by nurserymen and Of course you are going to find some changes owners of orchards is due to here and there, mostly for the better. That's appear in this country in larye things for the better. Lancaster's pride-doi- ng numbers during 1919. The real name o this insect Better clothes here than ever before. We've It is the periodical cidada. been at it a quarter century and we don't know Lancaster, Ky., March 13, 1919 spends seventeen years slowly when they ever looked as good as those hero now. developing underground in in They are the sort of clothes you will be glad to Sixty-Fift- h Conijress. The Tested localities, its emer renew acquaintance with. Consress, gence in such localities every The Sixty-fift- h just expired, has been ti body seventeen years has been obAs for values here's one that's typical. experiences. served in this country every of remarkable No conpress in our history has seventeen years since 1715. Enormous swarms will had ns many and important in parts of the nothern problems with which to deal. We will nil agree that it did states either in the last week of many wise and beneficiont May or the first week of June. things and many things that it No one can fail to recognize fatCfpthes should not have dorm. Also their presence in the given lothat it failed to do many things calities, for they are a noisy Every man in Lancaster ought to see these. Here are suits in present day models at a price that compels and a strenuous race. After which it should have done. investigation. If you're looking for a "style quality" combination you'll find it in these suits. This summary only shows five weeks the brief existence All wool llnnnels, velours, worsteds, tweeds. The best shades of greens, browns, blues, grays. Emthat a body of men is human, of the cidada ends in exhausphatic savings in these suits. tion nnd death. nnd therefore both as Considerable injury is done and as liable to err to young orchards and nursery as the im'.nidunl man. We lemcmber that this con- trees by these insects. No gress declared a statn of war young orchards should be set between the United States anil out this year until fall, when A STORE OF KSTAHLISHKI) STANDARDS the imperial German govern- - j the danger from the swarm of mcnt, and later, against the cidadas is over. Trees already EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. n government. I in growth should be treated We gasp when we learn thai with sprays and whitewashing in two years it appropriated at the time of emergence of the Silk Ties, Silk Hosiery, Silk Shirts, Traveling: Bags, Suit Cases, Regal cidadas. nearly 55 billion dollars! passed the greatest taxi The southern states harbor It laws in parliamentary history, broods of the thirteen-yea- r Caps, Grinnel Gloves, Cooper Underwear, Florshcim Shoes, Imported Hats. in two years levying ten billion cidada, which while similar in dollars in taxes upon the peo-- , appearance and habits, is a pie. And in the same time it separate and distinct species insect, authorized bond issues aggre-- , from the seventeen-yea- r gating twenty-tw- o billions. per, who as an orphaned child was The State Y. M. C. A. Ilil.Ie Study The section of the revenue dollars will be a wonderful INTERESTING It passed a law to make the roared in the home of her uncle, Contest in high schools in Kentiuky, country dry after July 1st, act approved February help in tiding him over. wife, Governor was opined several days PAINTINGS childless. Letiher and .etcher's being The boys of againupper gradis of no. the 1D19, for the duration of the 1919, which authorizes Those who are discharged Governor wife the llw sixty-dollbonus hereafter will receive the bonus war. And then it passed a payment of a School entered sister of And Antiques Owned was Charlotte Robertson, IlolwrUon, with ii i las if twenty-eigh- t the contest constitutional amendment for to all soldiers and sailors hon- with their final pay. Soldiers Chief Justice George as whom Henry Clay it is said, declared orably discharged from the ser- - who have been discharged and By Misn Jane Hopper William Kinnaird, Homer itlre, national prohibition. was the most hwaitiful woman of his Hlisha Carrier, Kugcne Cochran, F.u- After it had made its great vice, is a piece of fair and wise have not received it should acquaintance. A photograph of Mrs. gene Ilroaddus, George Walker Ijiw-soOf This City. appropriations for different legislation, with the zone communicate Letcher also in ixmswmioii of .Mis Wnlker Kobinson, Samuel Klliott, war purposes it usually had to! The nation has taken these finance officer, Lemon building, Hopper bears a striking likeness to Hamilton Cox, Cecil Henry. I'ntil Mnu Jane Hopper has upon the turn to and investigate the from positions where thev Washington, I). C, stating parher great niece, the late Mrs. Tattle Morrow, J. It. Hnelden, Fleece and l.er parlor two valuable Gill, of I .an on iter. Harry llrntton. Jesse Gooch, 1'aul living and has ticulars and enclosing their walls of These are by Jouett. plication of the funds. were earning a paintings. It was in every sense of the employed them in its defence discharge certificates. Sailors This artist has "come into his own" The companion portrait of Gov. Stapp, Henry Cox, J. 0. Itogie, A. C. Letcher, the painting of is word a militant body. When at a wage less than they weie should make claim for payment with art collectors and his works arc in possession of the family his wife,bite Sanders, William Carpenter, Claude of the Pace Gaines, Gcort'e D. Dohlnsori, higldy pri.cil. discharged without the bonus It is incumbent it was not making war Mis. Charlotte Warren, of Stanford, Ancil Kutlcdgc, Hen Ktivnnaugh, Among early Kentuckians to sit for or pursuing war in- - on it to protect them against should make claim for payshe having been a great niece and Mrfrrs Swinehnmd, llntsoii I'almeter, Jouett for a porttait was a mark of namesake of this vestigations or appointing food the chance of delay in finding ment upon the naval bureau of gentility. One of Miss Hopper's porcliHrming(wontnn. Luther Itich and F.verctt Aldridg. This is a wide awake class of boys, or fuel war commissions it was employment. If a man goes supplies nnd accounts at traits is of her grandfather, Kdward who have entered the contest to win, SCHOOL NOTES. generally engaged in internal directly back to a position the Cronley, Ksq the other is of Gov. if possible; but at lenst to put their Governor Let Kobcrt T. Letcher. The graduating clans of the dissentions or in disscntions! bonus will be useful to him. cher rat for hi portrait while he was after High School has organized, school on the map. with the administration. I!ut if it takes time for him to This course of ten lessons enters a yet n Congressman, and one of Clay's and is busy talking alKiut invitations, GERMANY period of eight weeks. The sublect After all it was our congress secure employment the sixty trio of political advisors of whom an- rings, and commencement generally, TO BE RENDERED IMPO- - other was William Jordan Graves, a while the teachers nre talking about of these lessons is "Jesus the Lender". The four ministers of the town nre man, Garrard County horn and rear- gettln the year's work creditably TENT ARMY CUT TO teaching the class on Thursdays after ed. (These two sons of Gorrard were done. school hours, U William Kinn.-.irpitted against each other in the gub100,000 FORTS ALONG The following officers were elected: president of the clas nnd J. K. ernatorial race of 1840, Letcher cloe- Mary Davis President. RHINE TO BE DISMANJr., U secretary. lly winning) Ilemico Champ Secretary: The painting portrays Letcher as Willie Sandi rs Treasurer. TLED IMPERIAL GENn youngish man (apparently just old Ilesides the officers, the following nre ERAL STAFF MUST BE with a members of the clnis: Hudson enough to enter Congress) , full, round face anil alert eyes, a face William Kiunnird, Gordon Doty, DRAFT ABOLISHED 'suggesting that fund of geniality with IVarl Dickerson, Anna llritton Moss, you choose our immense stock When READY FOR PRESIDENT 'which he charmed Into good humor Kntie llarncs Dickerson, Nell Itigsby, of murmcring crowds at pioneer stump Minnie Mae Kobinson, Carrie llelle WILSON THURSDAY. speakings, a geniality pronounced a Unmans, and Irene Aldridgv. S.C.BROWN LEGHORN Rates For Political Announcement!. For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 10.00 For County Office For State nnd District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line -- For nil publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per lino Now that you arc homo again you'll soon got Al! Woo! $25- Suits S3. $35- LOGAN & ANDERSON BEOS. Austro-Hungaria- ( I n, ap-!ni- 1 1. appro-'receivin- g. ' prirE3E mriE You'll Pick a Winner HARDWARE, n J Kris-hie- or SALE CASH e a as. KITCHEN WARE, FARMERS' SUPPLIES, ETC. Make your bill all in one and save by it. Concentrate on bargain shelves and counters. Let us promise you quick service and satisfaction and then Give us a chance to keep our Promise. last nii;ht adopted military terms for tho German Disarmament, whidi arc most drastic anil nro de signed to put her out of existence as a military nation. The Council has decided to limit her strength to the wi?,. nf tho Armv of Switzerland. which is about 100,000, with 4,000 Council Paris, .Mutch 11. The Supreme characteristic that it is mentioned ns ono of bis virtues upon his tomb. Tho artists brush depicts his sitter ns u modish dresser in high stock, colored waist coat ami frilled shirt, his face smoothly shaven except for a neatly trimmed short growth of beard just in front of each car. This portrait has attracted visits Conn 3E Brothers. ( "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." DC officers, all to be received on volun. I from membere of tho Letcher family tnry system for n period of twelve from distant cities, and Miss Hopper hand-som- o yeatc. This of course kills the enfor has been offered an exceedingly sum for it but she feels too ced draft, that has been tho curse or ftnrmnnv. Another nrovislon limits I keenly the tiride of nossesslon her the arms and munitions for only four late mother had in it, nnd her own hundred thousand men. All of tho senile of stewardship that it may pass remainder must be destroyed or de- down In her family. On n white marblo topped black livered to the allies. German forts alone the Ithlno must bo destroyed walnut centre table in tho same room and the Imperial General Stall abol- is a silver water set massive pitcher ished. Sufficient prorcss his been and goblets that were used In tho Exmade In framing the peace treaty to ecutive Mansion nt Frankfort during Insure its completion by March 20th. Governor Letcher's occupancy. These heirlooms came into possesIn fact, the first rough draft will be tcady to present to President Wilson sion of Miss Hopper through her mother, the lato Mrs. Scymore Hop upon his arrival Thursday. The clnss has lost two nicmbeis this year: lloumnn Grant, who entered Transylvania in September by examination; and Itobert Noland whu finished tho regular work nrd entered Transylvania since the holnnys. The class colors are "nh.te and yellow"; the motto is "Loyalty, Hon-o- r, Sen ice". Scvernl YotmiJ KoosIcts. Hnliy chicks, rt'iidy Mnrch ISlli. Liberty Iliimls EHLE C. FAHKA llox '171. I. minuter. Ky, t ff- - TTT A T TTri1--T ATT First showing of Spring Mil. linery, Saturday, March 15. ft 51 NOEL SISTERS DANVILLE, -- .. KENTUCKY. & 16 PAGES TWENTY NINTH YEAH SEVENTEEN-YEA- R says: The boy get n Job. The The following Interesting letter Ijitcr, when the Insect are ready !e;,' with nn education gets a position. for Corporal Simon Tankerslcy, n Whlrti'll your kid get? - to begin laying, spray young fruit volunteer from this county, who is (Ircat srtn'.ms of tlic ecnlecn"somewhere In France" doing his infest ,lhi I'nltcd trees with whitewash. i nr locust will "bit" for Uncle Sam, was written to Tho Department 6f Agriculture luu Nurse Stale In lale May nml early June ihi his mother, Mrs. Nancy Tankerslcy, year, which It expected by scientist kept close dwelt for many cnr. cf Advises People. nnd will be read eagerly by his numto lit) one 'if the wor'. "locust years" all the broods of bcusts, ni can f ri- erous friends and relative In Expert of tlio Depart-limthe cast accurately when and where the on record. "I was a great sufferer of stomach county. Lnrce legion will of Agriculture, however, see peals will npp(ir, and liver trouble nnd cannot say "Somewhere in be uf.etcd this J ar where ona brood nothlnK alarming In the proipcct. Trance" Fcby. Cth. Once regarded supcrstitlouily ns n appearel seventeen years ago, find in enough in praise of Mayi's Wonderful My Dear Mother: Itcmcdy. It has done so much for harbinger of disnstcr, the periodical other regions which suffered thirteen I will answer your letter that I reit to chimin, popularly known ns the seven-tee- years ago, the States including Ala- me and I nm recommending I was n trained ceived today, nnd was so glad to hear year locust because It comci nt bama, District of Columbia, Dela- other sufferers. from you and was glad to know that long interval, Is teen now to ho no ware, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, lown, burse in Marine and other hospitals you nnd the rest were well. I had Kentucky, Maryland, MassachtisetU, years ago, therefore many come to 'more than an ordinary been thinking perhaps that there was 1 certainly received imect peat, which can do little dam- Michigan, New Jersey, New link, me for advice. something wrong there and you age If proper precaution are taken. j North Carolina, Ohio, I'ennsylvnnia, great benefit from Mayr's Wonderful would not write me nnd nt night I The chief Injury inllirtcd by the in- South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Itemeily". would lay on my bed and study nbout It is n simple harmless preparation you all nnd sect conita almost wholly In chisel- Virginia, West Virginia, and Wiscon- think of many things. that removes .the catarrhal mucus ing grooves In the branches of tree s'n. But at last I heard from you, and ltelief that the 191! brood will be from the intestinal tract nnd allays then I saw that wns just for depositing egg. Young fruit a thought . ..n.. i ..... i. i i .... . i, .. the inflammation which causes practree sometime are killed, hut tho .... that I hnd within my self, nnd I hope brood tically all stomach, liver and intestin- I damage generally seems greater than fact that the seventeen-yea- r will find you all well when I get it actually is, according to the entom- coming out this .year Is brood 10, per- al nilmcnts. Including appendicitis. home. I have been writing you nil ologists, and popular alarm is nut of haps the largest of the eventeen-yen- r One dose will convince or money reonce a week ever since I tame over I brood, and that brood' 18 of the thir- funded. It. E. McKOHKUTS nnd proportion to the real danger. here, and it has been four months Suggested precautionary measures teen ear family Comes out at the DHUfiOISTS EVERYWHERE. since I hud n letter from nny one in the States, so you may Know how I feel here, nnd there is not one man in this company that I knea until I Our philosopher ; LOCUSTS ARE DUE When This Year Is Expected 'Ihnndpick the Insects begin coming nut, them from young tree, or spray them To Be One Of The 'kerosene with pyrethrum powder, emulsions, or n soluticn cf Worst on Record. " rnrhollc nciil or acetic ncid. THE CENTRAL RECORD. Glen Lily SECTION 2 LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH same time. Tho year IBC8 was the riasafiannrniParcifrarVjFJiKiHarvi grc.itest locus, yenr in history, when 2 brood 1!), the largest of the thirteen-vee- r frmfly, miucnrcd in conjunction COLUMN with brood 10 of the family, ecvrnticn-ycnr 13. 1919. DC NUMBER tO. Defer putting out young fruit tiee until next year; postpone budd.ng operations; do no pruning this spring. 3C 3Z DC a KHAKI 2. I without education has that Sweet, Rich, Nutty Flnvor, common only to Pure, Clean, Sweet, Sound Gnrrnrd County Wheat, without Bleach or Dlend. The Federal Government has spent thousands to prove Bleached nnd Blended Flour was to some Trained I it extent unwholesome. The GLEN LILY wny is cepted by nil authority on wholesomeness. It co3ts no more thnn the best why not use it? ac- n GARRARD MILLING ir COMPANY ! nr ii ii i I I Buggies Wagons A CAR LOAD OF WIRE FENCE AT SPECIAL PRICES came here. I sometimes think 1 nm a very lucky boy, I have been in the nrniy nbout nineteen months now, i.nd have been in four Company's and been with ninny people, but mother is the only one, ami I think I will get to ec you by the firt of April, if nothing happens. Mother, if I have got tiny money in the bank and you need it, you write a check for us much ns you want or all of it if you want it. There is no need of me trying to send you money from ever here, for it is a chance to risk so I will not risk it as I nm expecting to start on my way to the Suites soon. Mother I had n dream last night nbout you nnd I hope it will soon come true. Well tell nil the kids hello and to look for me soon, I will be at home some day and we will have some time then. Well I will write Henry nnd Dicie a few lines: Weil Dicie l' will ent every thing you have up, for I am tired of this army grub. Well Henry, I will soon be with you ngain and we can go to the Lodge. Do you ever hear from Bob M. C? What are you doing now? it is pretty cold here, we have some snow and rain and frost, but it never gets too bad to drill. Well I will close, ns ever Your loving son. Corporal Simon Tankerslcy, Co. B., Ill Infantry, Am. Ex. Forces, France. The interesting letter written to Miss Elverec I!. 15. No. 3, this city, by Millard F. Carter, who is S. Army in France; below was Carter, of her brother, with the U. "Jan. 20, 1919. My Dear Sister: this Your loving letter received morning and it was the most welcome letter I have received in many month all hopes of ever hearing fiom you again had Just about vanished and it was my Intention to have Written to jou this A. M., even had 1 not tvrUe tn Virginia Inst night and must writs to Florence this afternoon alio to licrtha ns I received Uttcra from each along with youri. We have received little o n mail the last two mouths s it seems tho Frencli refuse to throw ths wail bags otf the trains, claiming th.'V have nothing to do vvltTi it anymore there is no accommodation whatever nbout these French people; all they aie after is tho uusy franc, and if there ii none of them forthcoming, then its poor kervice you'll get in France. Winter is here in real earnest now but up to n week ugo It had been with us only in a half hearted way. It is snowing today vvhiih is the second snowfall we've had this winter, the other one fell on Xmas day but was very light. Well, Elvaree have Just now rec'il a letter from Squire Whittnker which wns some surprise but was awful glad to hear from him ho seems to think we are in tho same camp as the towns arc spelled exactly the same except tho town hero has an o on tho end, but he is mistaken as the town he is In Is about three hundred miles west of here but on the same river If I only had a canoo I could float down and see him. He U near the seaport of St. Nazalro and has been there since October, said he had been In Scotland and England but said nothing 1 Ilia address is Hdq. Co. 309 Engineers, A. P. O. 701, Am. Ex. Forces. We are still In Montolre ami from tho way it looks we will be here for everal months have given up nil hopes of getting home soon nnd will feel fortunate If I am back by the 4th of July. We arc fixed up pretty nice and comfortable, that is, for army life nnd If we must remain In France then I'd prefer to remain as we are there Is only fifty-tw- o of we boys here now as nbout fifty-fiv- e left the other day to Join the rest of tho company which is stationed near Tours. The company hasn't been together since we left Gierres nnd don't think we will ever get together until we arc ready to start home. We have been split up in small detachments of forty ami fifty and scattered around in different parts of France. The boys in Tours are building roads while the only thing we nre doing here is guard duty. Am sending you the long promised pictures which arc none too good but they'll give you n fair iden of how I look and perhaps I can send you some better ones in the near future. You can sec from the picture that I nm n real heavys weight haven't weighed for months but Judge I weigh nbout 185 pounds. Wns real sorry to hear you had been sick with the "tlu" but awful glad to hear you pulled through with out any serious results it is a terri ble disease and it seems there w never be no let up to it. I have been fortunate since I've been over here. About tho worst thing I've had is a few cases of cold feet. John said in his last letter that James expected to be mustered out of ilit army 30011 nnd hnd n good job open for him in Los Angeles, nt S100. per month. Would like the best in the world to be home myself but there's no use to be impatient and I might 11s well be contented ns the French say "icste ice", (remaining her).- Must close hope Jhis finds Marie, I.uther, Lotie, wife nnd baby ns well ns yourself In the best of health. Much love to nil. Write soon. Lovingly, Your Brother, Pvt. Millard F. Carter, Co. C. 33rd Engineers, American Ex. Forces, via N. Y, about returning home. The Monroe Doctrine. The Monroe doctrine the principle under which the nited State neither Joins in European entangle ments nor permits encroachments of nny foreign, power upon the Ameri- enn continent has been for a century past an integral part of the United States policy. It was instill ed into us all at an early nge, side by side with the doctrines nnd catechism of our especial religious sect. The nation nt largo has a faint idea that it could get along without any one religious body, but it has n firm conviction, that tho Monroe doctrine is the sine qua non of America. Now the plan is for America to take her part'jiyn wider world nnd be come n member of the League of Nations. She is willing to do this and to help ensure peace upon earth if that is u possibility. But she docs not want to emulate the dog of the fable and drop a known and sure good in reaching out for a problema tical greater and indefinite one. The League of Nations for America and the .world! so far, so good. But first nnd foremost, a renewed recognition of the Monroe doctrine to safeguard the interests of America. MM Our Clientele I Grows Not Upon PROMISES But Upon PERFORMANCE Wc nre Pioneers In DRY CLEANING DYEING and In business since 1830 PROMPT DELIVERIES. The Teasdale 025-02- 7 Co. OHIO. Walnut Street. - CINCINNATI, jour letter. Also a big shipment of Wagon and Plow Gear, Breeching, Bridles, Collars Back Bands, Check Lines, Etc. We are making special prices on all these things and can save you money. Come and look before you buy. THE CHEVROLET MOTOR to CAR LANCASTER, W. J. ROMANS The Chevrolet Motor Car is in every respect. Built for service nnd comfort. Four Ninety Roadster, $715.00 Four Ninety Touring $735.00 "Baby" Grand Roadster $1045.00 "Baby Grand" Touring $;045.00 F. O. B. Factory. A car load of these Americnn Beautiea(just unloaded. They have marvelous power, and noted as hill climbers. Let us demonstrate. " PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Faint Lick, Kentucky. KENTUCkY. The Central Record. Lancaster, VICTORY SOLD TO Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919. T UMI WILL BE PUBLIC JUST AS OTHER ISSUES WERE RUMORS THAT BANKS WERE TO BE CALLED ON TO TAKE FIFTH LOAN CORRECTED BY SECRETARY GLASS. and unan statement. thortsed which bare bem pread abroad orcr the country to the ef (ret that there war to b no Fifth Lib erty Loan bae beer. brought to the atten tlon of Secretary of tho Treasure Olaas. The secretary reiterates hi' FAIR VIEW THE HOME FARM ANIMALS MANAGEMENT OF A PIG CLUB It Ip Duty of Aoent to Furnish In formation lo Supervisors Who Instruct Members. U'reparcl e I 1 ' " III IMIIIHM "7 L M. S. J HATFIELD DENTIST Office orer The CarrsrJ II. nL rhonet Office 5. Kriid.no 370. OF AND "VATICAN," FAMOUS "BERMUDA GIRL" "NELL" AT PUBLIC ON flUGTION statements That there will be a Fifth Liberty Loan; That It will be a popular onefold to the people; That there la ns ld;a on the part ef the government to tell the bondi to the banki; That the Fifth Liberty Loan will be floated thla Spring, undoubtedly beginning In the latter part of April. The financial heads of tho government are perfecting tho plans for an Issue that will meet the requirements of the time mid tho Central Liberty . Loan committee of the Fourth Fed- eral Iteserre district at Cleveland la well along; In the task of laying n fonndatlon for a campaign which will outdo In Intensity any of the four pre- - j I Stories emanating from Washing ton and discussing the preliminary piaun ui it'Gisiaiura may nave a ien- aency to Dcrog ine reader. It roust be remembered that these atorles are speculation, merely reflecting the of the men who will ultimately have to narrow down to tome one procedure. Enough has already been definitely settled to pep mlt the secretary of the treasury to make the statements above and to emphasise them. To further emphasise the fact that there will bo a Fifth Victory loan and to correct the Impression which has erroneously been circulated that the banks would have to take the loan. Governor E. IL Fancher of the Fed-- , eral ncserve Dank of Cleveland recently sent word to all of the Liberty Ixan workers In the district calling upon them to correct these false lm- presslons. WEDNESDAY. lf MJU At Ten O'clock A. M., on the Premises I will offer for sale for James J. IS'ealc, this fine farm of two hundred and two and one-haacres, situated on the Lexington pike, (Dixie Hij;hway) about miles from the city limits of Richmond, Madison county, Ky. one and one-haThis farm is known all over the United States as the home of Vatican, the great sire, and Nell, the first mare to produce five trotters in the 2:10 class, including Bell-Vawith two world records to her credit; and Hermuda Girl, a Futurity winner in the nineties. Richmond is a city which has always been noted for its morality, its culture and its wealth. Educational facilities are unbounded the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School, Madison Institute, and two large High Schools make it an educational center, within 50 minutes by automobile to Lexington. The farm faces on the Dixie Highway from the south side the right side, because the prevailing winds are from the south mutthc dust always goes the other way, and the afternoon shade will always be on the front porch. lf ra j All This Land Is Well Watered with Springs and Ponds Corn, Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat, Oats, Rye, moderate climate. It produces the Kenhogs, sheep, and develops them to perHigh Dollar, and if .von want land, come There is no better land in the Bluegrass, and real bluegrass will continue to go up for years, because it is limited in amount and is considered the most productive land in the world. Everybody wants a piece of bluegrass land. It is known all over the world. It will raise Truck Garden anything that grows in tucky Thoroughbred, export cattle, fine fection. I am going to sell this farm for the and see this. Down and Out But His Tongue Still Wags THE HUN la still able to whisper. One of his favorite subjects Is Liberty Bonds. The bonds are absolutely the best secured In the world so he dare net attack them openly. He whispers to you to sell them, hoping to demoralise the market. And he has about as much chance of doing this aa he had ef winning the war. It Is character. Istle Hun stupidity. Every time you are approached to sell your Liberty Bond or to trade It for stock In some unknown and unestabllshed project, remem. ber It Is the voice ef the Hun speaking. Then take another grip on your Liberty Bonds and hold tight Keep those you have and be ready to buy more when the Victory Lib-ert- y Loan Is offered for sale In April. LANCASTEIt. KENTUCKY. the t'nltt.I Ststi-- Kepa't-ni'n- t of Agriculture.) The bo)s mill girls' dull work Is nr cm Ihrmich iiHiperntlon hitwiin rlnl the nnlmiil hul.nmlry illtlstnn if Hie luirmti nf (i ti tin I lnilutry nml the state relation sonlre rcprevntlng the MINERAL DIRECTOR tlcmrttiiciit "f ngrlfultiire nml the mOnto Over Nations! Hank. repurium stall1 nerli imnrnl mllrw Itesldence I'hone 3. Office Phone. 27 ctlcunlon resented liy thi'lr nvlH-rtlidepartments. LANCASTER KY A swine sint'lnlM, supported tjr funds n'ri'rliiti'il by congress fur the work i.f tin' nnltnnl lnitniitlrIs placed In inch nf tin- - state desiring such n innn (mi fnr ni fumls permit). The- specialist's work I ad ministered ly tho director of rxtcn-- 1 stun, .. hi furnishes nlllce room nml j Kentucky iiiilimcnt. Hcnogniplile iistlstnnrr, "ttlnl -- JlOK, mm pnys tils traveling expense, no is . n unit In tho extension staff inn! work ' aai aa In iln-- ct nM.iHTi.tli.il with II..- - Mute HlKRr nf nthiT rluti Hi.rk. All lh work Is done In with the VETERINARIAN. nt?inf fnrri. ntt.l flin vnrlmiu In. Day or Ii.r.t.i.1 iti'titirtiiii'tilM tif flu. i. )!..!. ' id Answered Promptly anil I'XtPiislmi force. Tin- - stihji-c- t mat-NIM. Phone 317. ti-- r tnticht I'V the nmt- KENTUCKY. nhlo In the nnlinnl hu!.timlr' iUmrt- - ' LANCASTER, I.....I .iii.I ft.. i.f It... mr.nl hliMiuinIrr ilhltini of the il. pnt llnrtit nf ni;rl(ultun, A slmi.le project or ork l pr ' Krcement mvcrlnc the lijr the Males r. Inili.ii. in( nuici-i- l Ice the scnlre of Fine Cut Flowers. the ncrlculturnl collece nml the mil' nml hul.iiinlry Ollloii. The of nceiit I the John M. the nnlinnldiili uork In the stnte. It Is his duty to i.mtlilo technical In strurtlmi for the rluh liicmlicrs; to B. pnnlile siinMlvini or hxnl leniler. nrnl to train them mi Hint the) may lm nn the Information In the r. . In some cnes the iluty of orpinlslnt . KENTUCKY. the .le cltll.x falls tn the lot iK the STANFORD, state ncnt. nhlle In o'her states the (JIVE MK A TIMAU stnte leailer of ililli ork ami his staff nttcml In the organisation. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ite works with nml Ihniuch the comity j ngent force nml innki-- s ue i.f uih i local IcntleM us lire nviillahle. lie l.ro-W. A. WHEELER s his lslon of the work Into the' mlmla nf the local li nilcrs uml throiich DENTIST them Into the lles ami mliiiN of the' incinlierK. lie must Imimrt his lifli- - I.ANCASTEI1. . KENTUCKY. nlcnl Infonniitlnn In terms Hint can he Offlce oter Slormes Drue Store. lix-a- l tiniirrstnoil hy the liwltrs nml nppllnl hy the niemlx-rs- . lie the Hours 8 12 a.m. I t p.m. 7:3i-'J- p m. wwlne linxilcM of the state ami s.x ks to win their apprornl, sui.tn.rt, nml nw.perntlon. Ills work must he eoie1 strurtlve nml must strike at the swim tr J. A. Beazlev H. J. PATRICK, DentlHt. , lir. rrisllUS ft Honaker McRoberts. J. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. NOTICE To See It Is To Want It For the benefit of those who want a home and are unable to buy the whole tract, it will be offered in tracts, and then as a whole. Where will you ever again find a more beautiful place for a home than these small tracts? FRUIT AND SHADE TREES STRAWBERRY PLANTS, CLIMBING VINES, SEED POTATOES, RASPBERRIES, CRAPE VINES, PERENNIALS, HEDGEINC SHRUBS, ROSES, The Pour Tracts TRACT No. 1. 30 acres, unimproved, facing on Dixie Highway, a beautiful building site, adjoining the land of Mr. H. B. Hanger. TRACT No. 2 30 acres, unimproved, facing the Dixie Highway, another beautiful building site, adjoining the above Members ef Pig Club and Reiult of Their Work. ETC. EVERYTHING for ORCHARD LAWN nntl GARDEN. ntlX lllu.lr.lr.l Cslatog. NO AGENTS. A Miser, A Woman And Two Stars Who'd gained a fortune over here. Where Liberty Is the guiding star. Looked up from bU gold with a bitter leer. "I eot It by pinching and going without; They call me creedr? T nm .iM h. . 'II5 writ xr. tini a vail lu ,ivnu . UOUl. w iionvju J For bonds they'll get no gold from I me. A woman gated on a star of gold. She'd given all she had to give. And sacrificed to lend, 'twas told. That Liberty and Land might live. "And 111 lend again and again," she said, 'To help to remedy war's Ills, "And to keep true faith with our hero dead By helping pay our war-tim- e bills." A miser, born In a land afar. tract. TRACT No. 3 60 acres upon which is located a tenant house, large barn with silo, which can be used for either stock or tobacco barn. This tract is between"Tract No. 2 and Tract No. 4 and has an excellent building site for a dwelling on the Dixie Highway. Liberty Loan Levity acres upon which is situated an excellent modern dwelling, with water and lighting systems, all necessary outbuildings, 2 large barns, one with silo, can be used for either stock or tobacco, tenant house and everything essential for a good home. This tract faces the Dixie Highway and is bounded on the north by the Jack's Creek pike. I have made many sales in Madison county, and I have never failed to sell any land I have offered. This land is up for sale to the highest bidder and it is going to sell. Immediate possession. DON'T FORGET THE DA March 19th, 1919, at 10 A.M. Terms-wilbe announced on day of sale and will be liberal. TRACT No. 4 82 1-- 2 TE-Wedne- aday, l SALE HELD, RAIN OR SHINE baU-vl- t, they called Barber BUney, Barber knew, taocusfc, some day voald be rainy, So be shared aad ha (bared And he uvea aad 1U saved Aad basjcat hnwAi, Hw iaw cal Jatt a L. P. EVANS RICHMOND, KY. REAL ESTATE stuli-util- e LEXINGTON. KY. rxhlhlts. Juilsltur rontests. ete llts meinlicrs on Uielr fijmiH nml JOHN WHITE k CO. Helps tliem sole their prohleins. llei LOUMVILLI.KV. mmluctn ileiiK.nitriitli.iix. simple In jet ifTectlre In n.hlnf the prulf liberal ssserlmeat leins of the inciiilicrx nml tin nilulla. and full vsluo psld Ills uork must win the support of the parents or tlio rucmbvnt If It Is tn Hide sas) ln successful. stasia The Imlhldunl effort nf the uueut wnuhl ucwnipll.h little worn It not for the plemllil BOOKKEEPING extemlil Butlneis.Phoaoortphy hy tlie forces, hy the haul.. hrix-ilerTYPEWRITING sod l.icnl its ami liuslness nun, TELEGRAPHY Interested piniple, etc. The work coeds hecnu-.- the usent multiplies his isYillDR A.tUl Inlluencii through nil the of tiiwrWsM In mrr fta I'rtnilUBi ha ? 4 tiMklDst ttialttxs, ktM sj sHKlft.kf SVia miincles. The pli; chili has not only sllinuliitiil Uimi WILII1II R. liHITai.LmlfiM,Hn the ilemniid fnr lietler linx-illni-: Mock, hut also has hceii the iiiciiiih of In- Recognita Vslue of Canals. IroilucinK community lireeillng or hrviil The rnnnl syMem In Chlnr Is the stnmlnrdlzlni; In innnerous countleM In most extensive In the world, with the mrlous Mates where the pure hreil nf llollmid, Wherpart of the Industry Is practically mw im.slble exceptionthe land ever the lay of permits the nnu wnere mere wire not Humeri. in Chinese hnve mndn n rnnnl. Thus they lircod preferenreH tn contend with ore ennbled to carry the product of Tho pltf cluh hoys have not only taught their labor to market nt n minimum uie nnuits, where the Industry Is new. expenke. the siiiM'rlorlty of the pure l.red over tho scruh, hut havo taught them that Kwm IndUhlunls hrlnir tood Prices Ilefnre this year," tayn one county agetit, "It wus hard In get n farmer to rtoy 110 n good liog; now they pny $50 to !)." Tho undersigned hereby give warn-Vi- g In addition to thesii lientfltH tho to nil persons not to trespass upon pie club work Is stimulating pork pro- - tmr land; for any purpose whatever uuciiuu io an extent extreme y Im is we will prosecuto ull offenders to portant nt this time, stimulating homo liio fullest extent of tlio law. Huntcuring of incut through the nrganlxu-tlo- a of "ham and hncon" cluhs, teaches ers nnd fishermen especially tako the uietubtm heller working methods. notice. It. U Elkin, Inspire pig club hoys to lietler work Mrs. Cora Phillips, by educational exhibits and Increases Mrs. Emma Daniels, their knowledge through Judging con- It. L. Arnold. , tests. These nro In addition to the Mrs. Sarah J. V. Hacklcy, Indirect results, such as uwukenlng n Mrs. Emma IUgglnbotham, new spread of comradeship between Edd and N. li. Trice. fttber and son and the leaching nf B. C. Itlgsby. Intelligent borrowing and good busl. nes methods through the financing of D. M, Anderson. It. L. Barker members by banker. hiibiimlry pn.Wetns of the Mnle. lie will plan nml nrninw for the H.F.Hillenmcyer&Sons Ho MRS tw fr POSTED The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Mch 13 1919. LAGE IS IN VOGUE Decoration Promises to Bo in Demand Tiiis Spring. Coming Season to See Revival of Trimmed Batiste or Lawn Frocks Necessary to Women. Aro j on nnro of the fact that we are nbout to eiperlence a revival of In the ssaled package WHAT'S UNDER THE HIDE? A "16 TO 1" STORY! The International Uvc Stock Imposition, held nnnunlly lit Chicago, is generally acknowledged the worM'i greatest steer how. Tho most practical class in this show Is tlio "Carcass Contest". Two butcher Judges pick the grand champion beef carcass each year, one placing the animals on foot, and the other Judging their meat after have won every Carcass grand slaughter for dressing percentage, quality, waste fat, etc. AHKIIDKKN-ANGUchampionship since the first show in 1000, giving this breed 16 victories to 1 for all other breeds, grades and S crosses! They have no Ituy now, or Ilreed to an Aberdeen-Angu- s Hull and raise some champions steers or heifers. horns nnd are ready for the market at any age. We wilt offer the service of one of our Registered Aberdeen-Angu- s Hulls on the farm one mile from McCREARY at the very low price of $3.00 cash at time of service with return privilege. . J s v, f IMlJSglJJ';? ilS5J?ESJf.O - Ixlk iiajAC34 ANGUS-LAN- D A. D. BRADSIIAW, STOCK Crusoe Overlooked a Det. looked n line business iprtunily Is . shonii iy fart Hint the Island of i!T his mhinttireH, .In the Juan i'criiai.dez group off the coast of Chile, Is now the wot of a large Industry. Crunu wvtueil ,tii think he was doing remarkably will I In pick up the necessities of life on Hint Inland mid must nf them were Iwanlinl nrlior fnun n wreck at that but Its lindelu inhabitants do a rli'b-'n- g business In the eximrt of luxuries. FARM. WALKER BRADSIIAW. It Would Be a picture. l,.illcd and Picture If yon ,.n I ' te r.t a ritfnllen etprin-- h n wlni lin Jut n ilunilxT Ids first tr n lll for automobile r. garage innu Uxpress That ItnldiiKm Cruov, In rpltn of 'his well I, no" M ri'Kiurti'filliieS't, over- - mw mr w am. m - ie FUNK Street w HARNESS 227 Kast Jefferson MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN LOUISVILLE, KY. Give Plants Air and Lluht. If potted plants are set In Jardinieres, lie sure ii' water stands In them nnd Unit the Jardiniere Is large rnnngli to permit of rlrculntlon of nlr around II. Plants neeil light, pure nlr. nnd clcnnllncss as much as human beings. Interest In lace? iioiinuess this Ins Iieen brought about In part by the men and women whoso bulness Interests center In the sale of loco. Moreover, writes a corre spondent, It Is ngaln possible to get bices that went unavailable during the war. Tho revival of lace will mean Hint numerous women nf Kurnno will have n means of earning n living; that wo can hilp them to help themselves miring reconstruction. V IK- Heal laces will be especially In deAll of Its goodness mand, and this Is In keeping with the sealed In revival of Interest In all fabrics and tlues. Hut we are not Protected, preserved. going to be content with the mode nf applying lace, which was too The flavor often stiff and prim. Designers arc going bnck to the lav-l- h method of the Itenalance, when ecclesiastics combined the mot costly SURE or inces with the most gorgeous of em broideries and silks In the vestments worn on grent festlvnls, ond to the WRIGLEVS. in grent court ladles of those days, who vied with the great prelates In their 'cut look lnlh use of laee and brilliant fabrics, The prediction Is made that this spring will see n revival nf the sort name-t- he d of batiste or lawn frocks that we used to regard as Indlspensa ble to every woman's wardrobe. Name In Goody-Lan- d. If made by hand they require days and Uajs of work, and If by machine actu ally miles of fine stitching. There are rards nnd yards, moreover, of lace In' erllon, nnd sometimes Innumerable tucks. The result Is n frock that perennially fresh, for If It Is not made lo go In the tub. It Is nt least capnblo WRIGLEY5 5f being cleaned repentcdly. sneer cotton rnnrlca are penrccT gumViix LI :i I ued In Ihe advance models for frocks 7 .42A'4aZZi nd blouses, and Instead of using white lace on these many of them show rnlenclennes Hint has been tinted to match the fabric with which It Is used. Although In most of the new frocks for evening nnd afternoon wear there Is a decided Inrk of lace or other trim mlng to rellee the severity of the line it the neck, still It Is said that this iprlng we will enjoy n revival of dainty neck laces neck accessories, frills nnd Jabots and ruffles. They I will be worn with suits and day frocks, '"i-otOyster Myctery Explained, What a Great nnd will make, use of a lavish amount rs are snltl-man n? iii We are told that Jacob A. lllli. U"' of beautiful laces. de- - to extremes of bent. Which explains l Mime few yean ago, once i merely ln nt of vie-I-n why von run across so few nf the lit- fent are this way tie darlings In a bowl of soup. Knox-vlll- e BRONZE NET EVENING GOWN tury. Look upon de Journal. nnd take fresh cnunig U bivln again. I ft lasts! SK for. and be to net It's a seated package, for the Greatest r" P "FOLKS WHO PESTER ME" Somebody asked an old Missouri store-keepwhy he didn't put a small advertisement in the local newspaper to advertise a "home blend" of coffee that was particularly good. "I don't wanta", he replied lazily. "If I did, folks would pester me all the time to show 'em my goods". Thus did an old Missouri store-keeppay unconscious tribute to the business-gettin- g value of advertising. He missed a lot of business, of course, but there's another side of it. Lots of people who really wanted this particular brand of coffee were unable to get it because no one ever told them where it was to be had. .' You know yourself that it would take you twice as long to shop if there were no advertisements to guide you in your buying. You'd miss a lot of good values just because no one ever told you about them. The man who advertises is glad to have you "pester him" to show you his goods. Don't miss the advertisements. They will save you money. er er Knitting Instructions For drens Stockings. Chil- - Casting on and binding off MUST be loose. These directions are based on a yarn of suitable weight for socks and Red Cross needles No. 1. When yarn or needles are larger or smaller than these, the number of stitches must be proportionately decreased or increased. To measure the stocking, lay it on a level surface and measure with dependable measure (wood, metal, or celluloid, not a tapeline). Always Join threads by splicing or by running threads through each other with worsted needle. Tie finished stockings loosely together in pairs at top of leg, in such a way that the hand can be inserted for inspection and attach a marker of some sort which tells the size of the stockings. If stocking is thin at point of gusset, reinforce by darning on wrong side very lightly with a split thread of yarn. DIRECTIONS. Size of foot, 7 inches. Quantity of Wool required 5 oz. Cast on Stitches 44 stitches. Dividing Stitches, 1st needle 1C, 2nd needle 1C, 3rd needle 12. Knit 2, Purl 2, for 2 inches. Knit plain for 17 inches. HEEL. Divide stitches for heel, 1st needle 22 stitches, 2nd needle 11 stitches, 11 stitches. 3rd needle The above Is regarded at one of the On heel needle, knit 1 row across, turn, and purl 1 row back, always slip ping first stitch until you have lu rows. season' charming evening gowns. It is In bronze net, beaded In the same TO TURN HEEL color. Degin to turn heel on wrong side. PALE COLORS FOR THE GIRLS Slip one stitch, purl 11 Stitches. Purl 2 together, turn; slip 1, Blue and Pink the Standard Comblna Knit 4, slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over, knit 1, turn. Continue until there remains on the needle 14 tlon With Maize and Mauve a Favorite Blend. Pick up on side of heel for 1st needle 8, I'nle bluo and pluk Is still the com Knit on 2nd needle ' 20 , bination for girls of eighteen; maize Pick up on other side of heel 8 aud mauve, another happy blend, with nnd take from first needle 7. accordlon-plultefoundations, also To make 3rd needles: finds favor with younger women. Knit to within 3 stitches of end, knit 2 together, knit 1 Silver metal luce allied with pule Ut needle (A) blue velvet ribbons uud a nosy of Mow 2nd needle (B) Knil plain ers are the suggestions for one dulnty 3rd needle (C) Knit 1, Slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over, knit to end. confection, with long wing sleeves and (D) Knit around plain a tklrt. For a tall girl Repeat A, B, C, D until you have on your there's a dress pretty enough to tempt 1st needle 10 one to break the teuth commandment. 2nd needle 20 crepa de chine, the 3rd needle Of 10. neck Is edged with net, while TOE the sleeves are of georgette. The skirt Is made of plain crepe de cblne, Knit around plain until foot measures 4 2 Inches. three rows of pearl fringe giving the 1st needle. (E) Knit to within 3 stitches of end. Knit 2 together, knit 1. triple-skir- t effect rather In favor Just 2nd needle (K) Knit 1, Slip 1, Knit 1, pass slipped stitch over knit stitch, now. The plete round the waist Is Knit to within a stitches of end. Knit 2 together. Knit 1. also thickly Incrusted with motifs of 3rd needle. (G) Knit 1 Slip 1, Knit 1, pass slipped stitch over knit stitch. pearl beads. Knit to end. Another frock Is of that romance- - (ID Knit 2 rows plain, Inspiring moonlight blue crepe, and the Repeat E, V, O, II, 3 times, (making 4 times in all). new trimmings are of pompous called ' lea oenottes. Draped tulle Is respon- Then narrow every other row until you have 12 Stitches, rtnish with JUtchlner toe as In A. R. C. directions for socks. sible for the sleeves, with scurf-end- s beld Id by a chanueuie belt On tie ROOMS WILL BE OPEN EVERY FRIDAY FOR WORK, AND corsage and top of skirt la tMMB of YOU ARE URGED TO COME AND LEND YOUR AID. BfHUAU MDbroldjfj, .. 8 The Central Record. . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, 'Mch 13 1919. MIIIMillltMHHIM IT'S NOT YOUR HEART Through the YOUR KIDNEYS ? Looking IT'S Glass "I'm hralliiK dlately. The rrspctr of Kdlntr rtlssass Inlln ha tils KRllrtlnx iilatea the kldneja, tlio tlnm and trcd back to have rauaeddestroys not wperms en.ci ill unt'l toIt. Do trouble. morrow, tin to your dnntKlst lo.t iv and Tli kidneys r th most Important 1IOL.U 1II:UAI, llaa.ltm OH or cans of th. bodr. Tti.r srs tho Insist nn In tw.nty-fou- f Capsules. hour you flutters, the purlflers, of your blood. should feel health nn I vlKor returning In usually Indicate.! by and will birrs they day you first heard Kidney nsrrousnees, wearlntss.' sleeplessness, itomarh trnu of H)U lti:tAt llaarlrm Oil. daspontlftncy, backache, After ou feel that you have cured ble. pain In loins nn.l lower abdomen, yourself, continue to take ens or two rheumatism, sciatica, capsule each day to as to keep ll call stnnes. first-claand lumbago. condition and ward off the danger nf other attacks. All theso deranirementi nre nature' Ask for the original Imported ClOLU ftljrnalji to warn you mm in, m'uiejn neeii neip. iou snoum uib IIUl.U MKliAL brand. Three sites. Money reMKI1A1. llaatlem OH Capsules tin ins- - funded If they do not help you. la nn A majority of tropin today can be pr-son- s. sonthln-- , il -- By EVELYN NESUIT $ Chief boners for nltitudc f.ight an aeroplane belong to l'n t. I.nng, the British Koynl Air t'otri, who nn .iniiuary 2, rcad.td the record height i VSO.uOO feet, in more than live and liiihs. ' he feat w.ts performed from Manleshall, near Ipswich, Kngland, in n two-seat!! plane fitted with nn engine of British design nnd make. I'rcvious'y the tilt i tude record luid been held by Cnpt. R. W. Schroedcr, nn American pilot, who EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. nscentled from the Wright aviation field Inst September 18 to a height of I I am ready to do your typewriting. lie, 000 feet and ascended near Can take shorthand dictation and can come to ton, Ohio. Cnpt. Ijing carried I.ieut. Blowers your office any evening or after, banking as n passenger ami observer. Both hours. men were frostbitten during the flight nnd when it wns over, having had the Oif ice at Gulley House, phone 166. My roust. hardihood to disclose what he hail So It happens, done, Cnpt. Ijihi: was arrested for the rates are reasonable and will appreciate that u crop nf cigarette-smokinolfense of talking of the details withyour services. bohbed-hnl- r females 1ms sprung up of out the authority front his superiors, with talks about new Mens, the HUGH MOBLEY. Inle. They started the flight in modernte vote, fret- - verse nnd divers nther subjects. Hut ns for doing things, these weather. At 'J.000 feet the temperawomen linvp no lime for that. They ture had ttropped below freezing. A height of 25,000 feet was made in nro too busy flaunting what they to be the badges of radicalism. thirty eight minutes nml twenty They Just wear radical dresses with Fcconds, nnd the rending of .10, ,100 Time Fiddling. UNION, There Is a lot of tlmo llddled nwny mannish collars nn.l cuffs, and learn lfcct wa, maie ,CI1 they had been Sir. J. T. McQuerry's family liu- -c i.i this wiirld, one way and iinotlier, win iu iiiiiw riimut ruiK" ui iiut'rmrou aloft sixty-si- x minutes and fifteen I. gimd'peoplo who have thf best of teus. These occupations leave them flu. seconds. nil about recovered from the l'itrt:tlnn. We will venture- to nVsert, no time for action. At 20,000 feet, feeling faint, I.ieut So they forget the real purixne of Mr. anil Mrs. Tom Hurt nml chil- .1 'tig this line, that more time Is AdBlowers turned on the oxygen supdren visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. dled nwoy by folks who peel: nt lan-tha- n the Ideas they claim to bellee In. In any other manner. The women who nro really working ply, nnd again, nt 211,000 feet, he Mr. Stanlcy"Varson is improving everybody Is seized at rocic stago for world progress nro the quiet womtried to give himself extra oxygen, nicely, his many friends will be glad . hi life with a desire to add an- en who do not smoke nnd do not dress without relief. Then he found that to know. other tnnguc to his own. but It uunl-l- y "radically." They nre the good worn-e-li- ii pipe connecting with the oxygen results In nothing more than time are bringing up their children the Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Roberts and trusted. properly, the teachers, the wnniiin bottle had been broken by the vibrar. daughters visited her parents-Mand writers nnd business women. Tho tion of the mnchine. lie tried to Mrs. Sam Hall, Monday. women who nre too busy with their nBtify Capt. Lang of their plight, but Misses Brunette and Renn Hawlcy work to have time for pnrndmg are collapsed before he could pass n wnt-th- e visited their brother, Mr. Charles women who nro making tho world ten message to him, and who COLD LET Hawley nnd family Friday. better and cleaner. affected, keut j had not been seriously So discard your cigarettes nnd It a 11 has returned mounting the machine, in Ignorance Miss Nannie HOME and get to work. If you would of the mishap of his obcrver. home after a two weeks visit with her nchlce something worth while. Uing's first notion uf trouble cu migrand mother, Mrs. Belle Ross. Dr. Kln4'3 New Discovery nt a height of HS.OOO feet, when his, Mrs. Sam Tankcrsley and little almost never falls to SENSIBLE COLLARS ON COAT heating apparatus acted erratically. daughter, Emma Hello were guests of brlnfl quick relief (At 29,000 feet he was nware of the her aunt, Mrs. Dellc Ross, Sunday. Fear of Return of High and Stiff. shortage of oxygen, but he wns out Small desc3 oscs in awliila and that R. F. Parson recently. throat-tcarin- j, Wired Chokers It Grcundlcts, cough for a record that would stand, and Messrs Abra Hall nnd CIcll toon quiets down. Another dose ana a According to Report. ' kept on. It does not nppenr how high hot bath before jumping into bed, a were with their great grand Now that the war has taught women ho might have flown if be had been mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tankcrsley on Good sl:cp, and luck to normal in the lucrninr. unchecked, but at .10,500 feet the pet- birthday. her ninety-firs- t Vr. Kn'j I'cvr Blscovcryis well I not only how to dress their feet, but ' the engine, ue them, the new lor Cry years it's been ' how to to glte a lesson In boiwnts nre." rol could not reachbeing too slight the Mr. Ollie Starns who arrived from sn?m. nbout what to do prcssurs of the air to relieving coughs, colds and bronchial overseas and received an honorable about collars. For the very low col- attacks. For fifty years it has been discharge has been visiting his uncle toli by ilruggistj everywhere. A ' lars nnd open throats hae been r;!bMj remedy that you yourself crany comfortable and nlmost universally Mr. Sam Hall and family. nembcrcf yourfamilycan take safely. becoming that mot women have resoMr. l'ettus Bently who has been lutely forgotten the days of hlsh, tight- ttationed at Camp Greeleaf, Ga., has TSlEThoseStubborn Bowels fitting ltlp -- received an honorable discharge and wi'b a nature take its course, not , scratchesthings of bones, wires nnd vi.il.nt, nurga width tried tempers and cerreturned. His many friends are glad live, but with gentle but certain and tainly marred looks, notes n writer In to see him again. Dr. King's New Life the New York Hun. l'!!la. Tonic in action, it stimulates the Mr. 'McKinley Matthews of BuckThe boxciiat demands a waistcoat. i horccls.ScMLrdnijgUscvaywhcre. The waistcoat calls for n collar, so eye, Miss Laura Hall, Mr. nnd Mrs. here we are facing the solution of tho Jack Roberts and daughters were the collar question. And there Is a new Try to De Agreeable. week-en- d visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. I'. We should wisely cultivate the iri neck line called thi double line. It Is II. Hoskins near Wallacetown last of lulng ngreealile, not only In the achieved by placing one mnterlnl week. company of our business associates or above the other, as, for Instance, a vestee of dark blue Brocade has an uptluiM- - persons whom we meet socially Japanese as Qym.iast. but In nur own houei ns well. Ily per lino of blue georgette over the Nearly all Japanese "soldiers are ex- thui deporting oursehes we shall find brocade which stops at least four pert iryiunnsts. nnd every harrnck lin life more pleasant nnd people In gen- Inches under tho top line nnd Is edged n gymnasium So well tralneil arc they eral tho heme folks In particular with u brighter blue ucross tho top. that In Ies, than half i minute they more considerate. On the other This will do lery nicely for tho front. can scale a wall 14 feet high hy sim- If we continue to think only of hand. Mid In the biuk n slight collar of tho our-r'lvply leaping on each other's shoulders, we shall find life n trjlng af- brocade finishes off the collarless box-coone man sustaining two nr threo others. fair. Ilxohnnge. nt the neck. ' Again, the straight, round military ' tolhir which no often npiears on these little coats calls for no further finish, WBSS as often It Is braided In tho most mili tary effect or made of fine elvtt or brocado; or, again, a band of fur high Draw II and straight uround, something lk the long ago "chin chin" things. There Is no fear of tho stiff little for the money ouov e and honed anil wired collar returning. note how much more resHowever, the high collar Is very Miiart there Is nn doubt about that but it pectfully your creditors rehas wonderful modifications. gard you. They like to do All of the lied Cross workers, the 1. M. C. A., motor corps girls nnd othbusiness with a man who women so persistenter ly demanded this sort of collar that It has mi account nt the seems to bo the mark of efllclenry, and women hnvo uvoldcd Garrard Bank & Trust Co the other, nt least In working hours. They know he Is doing business in a buslrrss like way. Better To the rest of us, though, frills are opep such on account even it jour alfairs are not large. Thev very dear, .also very becoming. will grow all right. STUNNING SPRING MODEL dle 3CIIE ' It Is a. secret a dreadful secret and friend husband must not know. If mllndywould he n rndlrnl. let her bo a radical. It's part of the trend of the times tn have liberal Ideas nnd plans fur reforming the world. Hut Here Is whero the rub comes In. So many mllrdles of radical twlt feel they nmt enforce their radicalism hy freak-- I s h .behavior ltndlcnllsm turns women's in a n y and, ln, heads stead nt fighting ncthcly for tho catie, they merely parade for tho .HIIHMIIIIIHIIIII!M CAPT. LANG Holds Altitude Record. English Aviator Had Reached Height of Five nnd Three Quarter Miles. CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF 'LANCASTER Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 Assets Over One Half Million Dollars. ON B. I". Hudson, "ROLL OF J. .1. HONOR.' Wnlker, V, I'res. Awt. Cnchlcr. President. W. V. Champ, Cashier, W. O. Illgney, Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier, Mrs. N. C. Ilnmilton, Clerk. the petrol tank mid the oil pump, and, of course, tho engine stopped and the inczie Jl Easily Arranged. woman InvlUd IM to nunc nml htr. lie nsked If she had a lltlln boy to piny with him. nnd she said descent bcgnn. no. lie thrn nslnl If she would Ilka On his way down Lieut. Blowers reboy, and when she snhl gained consciousness nt n height of to have a little es IM replied: "My mamma will tell 10,000 feet. He had to go to a hos-pit- stork Unit bronzht me tn Irr to bring on landing, with frozen hnnds you a llltle nnd toes. Cnpt Jjing had his fingers nnd face frostbitten, Washington's Hair In Ring. A slj.net ring roiilnlrrlnsf locks of hair of (iisirge Washington bns Iiphi added tn the collection of relics of Alexandria Washlnctou lodge t Masons, N. xs. In Alexandria, Vn. Th ring, which was the properly of Mrs. Martha IVIer, granddaughter of Mar ian rontnius seierai iotks imlr of f reddish brown mixed wllli gray. It la Inscribed "A. Hamilton, 170S." Abigail Hamilton wns the grandmother of the donor. A drive tho smnll propellers connecting o. !." Plant Flowering Shrubs Now hruti nre talu.tMf JunJ. Flower. n rn.iterlul. They nre ecnrmmlCAl they mattir rapMly A tecJUMi pood collection will (.rrvent th Kraalest nrlty ft color thmupjut tha lenson both In flower, folia k ml rlstlcs mhlch brrif !e W lll ht ant fr rllM-- mrr 100 hoour ratnlotvi In at, on request. DON'T A KIP YOUAT Both Phones Crescent 52 ISt Mathews Plants Affected by Sun. Some itmiirkublK nrlatbms In plant structure ami tutor from exiKwuro to the sim til different hours of the day hnve bet ti broitsht to the notlm of tho Iloynl Microscopical Society of Kng-lan- d II. - llnwsou. In flowers by if the eoiutnoti nasturtium troparoluui innjtis the low sun of the early morning developed jellow coloring matter, the middle sun of midday stimulated he t Inlets, Miles ami purples. The color of the foil nre and lohlng tit the leaves also changed. 'l. BJM S I 117 Mssssssl tn the'r trisllt. Skilled In Tine Work. One of the trades cnlllng for the grenlest skill Is the making of com- isisses. This work hnd neer been nmlerlnken by women until dilution of labor became necsry. Of tlt Infinite number nf delicate parts demanding absolute accuracy, women hnve succeeded In making all but two nr three and even will shortly l lne Jr6JVT 1J I I I VAIV-W-HE- W MEANS BUVJL Check Revised Prices The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ilslssiLVinkLliHHEHBflKMffSfil MiLvaaarTaTsww'ctiatr.f THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. following prices on the various Buick models, effective January first, 1919. These prices will hot be changed during our present dealers' selling agreements. Three Passenger Open Model 46 The assurance of material for quantity production of Buick cars enables the Buick Motor Company to establish the $1495 1985 1785 2585 Capflal $50,000. A.-- Surplus 430,000. DENNY, President. J. E. STOItMES, Vicc-Pres- t. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. CIIAUUE THOMPSON, Teller. RANDOLPH HAIUUS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General r. Five Passenger Open Model Four Passenger Closed Modcf Five Passenger Closed Model. Seven Passenger Open Model Seven Passenger Closed Model - - 1495 - - - 2195 49 . Safety N Deposit Boxes For Rent. Varv ehle la thla hat-- ana of tha litest spring modl with uncurl 1 Mtrtoh ornamanU, WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny, G. B. Swlnebroad, J. H. Posey, J. E. ' Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. KINNAIRD BROS, Agents. LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 13, 1919. TREATMENT 0 --i- 1 SEED A. Rare Bird THE 1919 BUIOK SIX Price $1495.00 F. O. B. 2 l i OF IMPORTANCE Productive Power of Corn PlanW nut cnrncuTm: asv Influenced by Attention t ULU LtriCTII Or ROLL ,d8K, ? Given to Kernel. MUTILATION ; JX56t'-!$9f1- I W MOST HARMFUL 4- - Is cxtrnordlnnry and uxcellanc quality. Easy riding und made of that durable material for which the Buick is famous. Shipping, Cracking and Creaking That Place In Shelters Take and Planter Reduce Productiveness of Plants. by M I'nltrit Btntcs l)!wt-men- t of Aurlcultme.) Conclnshp ildcnec has been oln tallied fiiuii arirnl line of work con-(h- i. toil by Hie Culled Ktnten depart in lit nf Agriculture to prmu that the productive pnwir of n corn plant I ttilluHK'cd by the treatment rceilveil by the kernel from whlih tin- - plant grew from the time It ripened until I wo plimtiil. It hit het'ti common I. .Ik'e that Injury l.i. In M'cil corn ip"! I r. iluci' II gerinliiablllty. Thew luvi'Mlg: "nn. linn' exti'iideil t.i . nil ' mid ileti rinineil Iho i f illy gerti.. fi'i'l of wed treatment nim rodilc-li'lt- y luilepi'iiil"lit of gi rinliial. 'It). OLtaln Good Stand. A giHid stand may be nliiidii.il by tlio thick plmitlng of poor rieil, ln.f ' llli nn optimum uliinil of I'lunl- - icnui 'njur.il wed kUili i.liinl ore li"-- i than Iho sumo iimnher fie i) iinlnjnr. il mm.1. 'IIicm' reMllts futl.AV ulien Hit- - sitiI Is Injiire.l by lmrn.nl i iillii r niii'lltlons n well n v I II injunil by miijortlnn to freesliig and thawing. Jlei hnliiiiil miitllntloii of kernel similar tn the tlilpplhjr, cnirklng, and britillng lhat In Mime extent take plait' In tdifllwE nml planter rediKe the pri.ilueiveni' of (he phttit that grow from uch leriK'N. Reduce Power of Seed. The point of vnluo Unit ha been c tnMls'ieil I tltnt. lndpM'iiiUiit of heredity nti'l liidntH'inlent of gernilmibll- Hy, anj Injury to dormant 'sed eorn riltui' th power of uteb M'ed to product' i ft.iod crop. Sid corn of 111.) per itiiI germlnalloii, lalMirioii"ly from Injured seetl by Inilltldiinl Ii". prii'ue- lets. Wecan deliver you the five passenger on order and.will be pleased to demonstrate. PnT'icI Factory Give us a trial and be convinced. Paint Lick Garage ompany C PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Think It Ovr. Flrtt Secretary cf Navy. Upon the Hint every grnln of Tin- - hrt n'tri'tiiry nf the niivy was Tlio national war enrilrn commisn Gcruuiti wheat will produce .Slmlilirt of Mn r It, tut. ap- sion repurta tltnt $525,000,000 worth bn II u red Hint tin third-yin- r pointed III ITI's, ill lli' limi' of Adams' of fooil ni prn.luci'.l on back yanl pmzeny nf n "Ingle grain Mould udiiiliilstrntloii; In' hIm, . nod through lots feed :n mm. lat year ih inliuliililnillc.ii ft J. tTirini. Thin mi'iinn a re.luction in tlic cost of fao.1 which the families cultivation PIKIng Safi Step Mlghtr Up. tlii'Hi' K'T'lvn woulil othcreUe have Wily wrote i Utter to Mnta Ctami If all our nitlutiH nu. I motive in ;etl hl Not only that, but the purchased. ami when li finished lir dally life roitl.l lie iietunt.d liy 11 ,i.t the Hardens! fur n dusk. ' nml Idtsi of W'Hctnblci raisc.l in these lllllc Minn-- In way of exphmiiiloti "nf fltllnc nurseltcs nu we co along Mop came to the tabic fresher and of bet-- 1 eour.e Sintii (Tail Inn tn m hi hell ly t. p for figurative n ter quality than voRctnhlOT purchned ltt r of tr it matin' J ta off nnd trlk no to our nMllty in enprthly hnVi done. Chrl.thm tve." mi hold tin- - next trcnih iihcnd, how Many people who made jtanlcna our fi- n- of slnikno, dila- nt a market or store could pojsihly tor lne end Incompetence ho routed. To Remove Oretsc. last ymr bemuse the government reTin- - following method, ilrwhltol In quested It found plmsure enoutth in I'opulur Silence Mmitldy. ha Repentant Patsy. the unrden work an. I profit enough in mhstllutcd fur the imp of gnottno ami M'ntilr ami Iter lllllo iloj. l'msy, "titer llijlit oil: It.HI Hi.' uirl In cnu-ti- e ' r ploying In llto Kite tivli. Mltinlo'a the result to encourage them in kecpini; tip the garden habit. soda lye; one pound fit n "gallon of i wan tua r.iklni; KitppiT nml Garden We welcome the lluck-yur- d .vter; then brush while the nrtldc k.'i ..titil out PiiUy. rziiilt? Iitr tn nr lt.it. Caustic Mtda I n common. In! .1 as a permanent national Institution, j mi rcc on tin- - f rolily mtiiM'cI .! a hitter tlinn ordinary soda, since It fl.Hir. Sin put Ttity oit on tho (torrli uiw tn fnt or crrav tn dlsssilva nml f.nti.l Mlnnlo In it rorni'r. In a More quickly. f.w ni.Hni'nti I'litny rrrntrhnl on the U. S. Imrklnc Mlnnlu fnl.l .nr nml to Iht luotlirr: "Mnmmii, run I'ntKy Great llritian's largest airship isj Auttrallan Pearls. Pearls that come from tin- - ront of limn- In no? llo'ti mirrj. lion"! you waiting to fly. Kverything wiu ready to Inuncli Au.tnilln are of many kiwi. and ro- Innr him "iHilozlilncl" tors Those under tin grain an sold bu ul io-- t her at Shelby, York-hii- 'J liy ll mince, ubove Hint hy tin- - grain. Thlnnc Evtned-Up- . at the moment the shed gates were to ioJh- ha n deal to ilo with the mine. RM.' unlit liotno froi.i open adverse roiHrta werel Tlio while with i llttli' in Ichl'.ir fir I win icjil by wircleks end It w.H dciulej pi inoMly to Knrope nml tin. yellow one to indln. In AusCi" In ptil'lli" hIiihiI. Ii call lirr to poMpone the trial tralia an oumo of good white .onrl Iil ivnlhmrt So Hip oltirr ilny ltl Whether or not the iurship will atwill fitch up to Hi", but nonietlmi hit; hrolhir nhl to Ik'I.Mn: "(Hi, Hob, only u firth of Hint niuount. i..V i.hi hiu to In-- your Mvi'i lhnirt." tempt a trjiiatlatitie flight ii for the null Tin? jrilow pcnrN imiy ! rnll on an , lt"l llolililt- - tint tin1 prorKilon tlittr: Air .Ministry tn decide, but experts I lunil'i hither limn mint, hut ray she is capable of the flight. Alnv.TtiCf of iiluitit Imlf (tic tiilut of I Hit wliltp oni. livr fii-- t nln't." though she weighs thirty turn, sue has a lifting capacity of an additional thirty tons. Spceil of possibly eight mile an hour is expected and, in that event, New York could be reached i t less than two days. (!) (ii I (!) BECKER and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I I !'.) lil "Garden Suss". I1 ll BRYANTSVILLE, Ifi Make A "Grass" Bed.: Washington Was Man. ". !!) Britons Rendy To Fly To lr I ' Want a Man I desire Main Features Of World League Plan. nation given three representatives, but only one vote. An executive council, consisting of nine representatives, olio each from the United State. Great Itntian, Kroner, Italy and Japan and four from nations to be selected. Executive council to meet at lemt once n car. I'resldcnt Wilson to summon the first league meeting. .Membership in league limited to nations. Reduction of armament to requirements of Abrogation of secret treaties. Kach member Kor the past two yenrs gardens! Busy have been gcVcn n great deal of atbusy Washington was always everybody in tention.. Now that town and in the country has learned Even as a farmer nt Mt. Vernon, hi the very great value nnd pleasure a was always on the job, rain or thine. That his rainy days were spent in garden can give, gardens are sure to continue in full bloom. And right perfecting his farm tools can be now is when the garden fever get a learned from sonic short extract1, from his dairy in March 1700. He firm hold on people. 1'xtra enrly spring vegetables en wrote: 'Titled a two Eyed Plow inthe farm are a Very great luxury. stead of a Duck Bill Plow". EviAsparagus is an old standby nnd is dently this new plow was not a cc.n-ple- tc success because u few days later ready for the table before most of the other vegetables have gotten a he again wrote: "Spent the greater good start. The farmer who has part of the day in making a new plo ,v failed to set out an asparagus bed of my own invention". If the Kather of our Country hr He can get should do it this spring. I full directions by sendirg to the Col lived in the 20tli Century, he woul -lege of Agriculture at Lexington for have been one of our most succcsif' i1?. ' farmers and would most certainly Cittular No. OS, "Asparagus". 'have used much modern farm ma- chincry. Shakespearean Drldet. " V'1 None nt the wedding of Shnke- rrr'. Retaining Youtlfulness. penre are conventloiiul and nn thneglit man who believe. thnt cnvlron-Jlve- s of the ilSpl- v wedding that women thousands of lives said to are ml.l to l.. idsturl.ed tlwe brides ntly, "Oh, yes, t very man Is in-- i who nil M'om s till) Incklug In the re 1 d by his environment. The serve attrlh.iud tn wotr.cn. with men who are .ShaLeM'uireuu bl'ile does n.'it have to full of oulhuiu'm, determined be coaxed tn naaie the day. Juliet, ecd, nnd who feel that there naskit cf Seed Corn. I'ortla nnd tH;.i fortnll their lover difficulty that I too great for In lucMlonlru the ceremony, the latter live than seetl that matured well nml twn to surmount. It keeps me .votilh-- . i hurr)ln their brldesiooms to wan to eared fur a to make Individual prolong my life. Whenever church with a btite that Is almost unear Icstliu iinnectary. '' i their presence I feel n tremcn-seemly; ami i have the testimony of under the name environmental Othello Tests unit of cntliulnni. a wonder-ro- t that HeMlomntm did the most condition of widely dlslnilhir varie- nf the for living." Kern Howard ties have brought out the value In dltrlct of making plant-liu-- s at different period und using il at least two varieties of different requirements In order better to meet (lie exigencies of tlio seavm and tn Insure u crop. - CROSS OUT With a ; FEED POXES AND HAY RACKS Faulty Construction Cause of Animal Hot Getting Feed Intended for Them. i r. the assistance of at least one man in this communityall or part of his time on a financial proposition of great merit. t t am willing to arrange unusual remuneration for this work and-tragive cordial support and to the man who undertakes it. Liberal advertising through the Press. I n If interested, I wish you would give this matter a thor- t t ough and complete investigation. Call on or address T. T. Beeler 201 (I'rtpateil by tl. t'nlle.1 Fwtis Department of ARrliullure) In ninny Instance animals do not get the feed actually Intended for them, due to Improper jind faulty construc tion of boxer and liny rack. Jinny fu.l boxes are m tdiallow mid small that much foci I. wasted a the mil n.nls eat from tlieni. In ordtr tn prevent this w lisle the feed boxes should be repaired. They should bo at least 14 Incite wide und 24 Inches lluig mid l'J to 11 In' lies deep. It I often nd establishment of an international vlsnblo tn food tlm conccnlrates with court of justice for arbitration of in- sllago to prevent waste. Ilny racks should bo constructed to ternational ilili'ercnccs. War forbld.Un, even in tlio event prevent animals from tossing or pulp All liny their feet. of arbitration failing after submis- lug hny underhnve n tight bottom to rucks should sion, until after three months followpmint the los of leaves and finer ing the rendering of the council's de- pnrlliles of hay. The leave of bay, War forbidden against any cspcdully of Hie legume, contain most cision. nation complying with council' de- of tlio protein and lire, therefore, that cision. part of the roughau'u which the am. Arbitration disputes to bo decided mat need. A few Iioum work In rc pairing boxes and bay racks, and nt a by council within aix months. In savli.g Trade blockade against nation de- very small tost, will resulttlm anlmiiU Kiimclrnt feetl tn maintain fying council. rondltlon. In u Katlsfactury Permanent labor bureau. I'erman-cu- t military and naval commission. AT SERVICE OF ALL FARMERS Territorial guarantees by the league. United State Depsrtment of Agrlcut Kreedoin of the seal and guaranAssistance Give turo teed "equitable treatment" for Costing Nothing. Western Electric Washer and Wringer mm & S Ti-- it uiiavvci c the greatest bulwar in your weekly iicuschola'wcfk your ...... IITl. www Aii, I II J UU VVVT1. 41. .. - vC llil-'.- - ifi...i.i..r ,'.st?-. it . ii SAJic answer of vsry Isourswlfc vh.3e vailh'in; is dor.s tht clctheb washboartland-tub ll , . jBuUuse a Western Ekctrfc Washer and Wringer and you crosscut, eliminate, washing troubles. At a cost of alibut threecents n.wcci for current , ff? i your ciotnes arc wasnea iDy ciecincicv nnu watrita cleaner-bett- er easier than ever 'before. Wc can't tfllf vou all about the tnacical marhins lie re butif you call on us we'll show you it and arrange, if you will, for a derojnstra-tioj- r in your home. Cross out your wpshiai; trilbies. Wash Electrically. LetUs Tell You Hipwl 1 onc-oper- ttte Kliiabethtown New. HORSES. ARE HICII You cannot afrurd to take a chance on your horso getting well of colic without a medicine, and the remedy o give him is KAUUIS' COLIC I1K.M-KDa specific for horse colic, cuy to use, wen a seven year old child W, A. Dickerson. can give it. (Prepared by United States Pepart-meHi of Acrlculiurc.) Untied Plates depurtment of Tlio nirrleiiliiim U at tlio service of every farmer. Not eery farmer, however. take uihnntngo uj thut service, rue department's udvlci costs the fanner n,.ii.ini imt Hie nsslslnnce given may save Idm u great ileal both lu time nil money. Starkt Bldg. Louisville, Ky. B1STIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. Tho C9ntral Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 31, 1919. FOLLOW DEFINITE SYSTEM IN LOCATING TROUBLE WITH GAS ENGINE OF ANY KIND ! s !c I p You Just Try NR For That 'Indigestion tit" Thf? jtcniiieh nntjr paitljr i Ihi.M.mI foot! w rut. Tilt jPHcin tho ln(rtlnes tthir.' tin foixl It nlxeU witu bllo frcra tlio liver. ns!W pri It rmift t Ii Ito on riili i tvi, thr-- i tlio Homn must work llvr nM 1n Get your organs of digestion, assimilation nnd elimination working in harmony nnd wnlch your doea it trouble disappear. NR or money baclc. NR Best One Day's Test Prove ' l " (Vtr rrr 14 H 'r j- - ftom rr r .ei, Hl.uus.K4 unJ eoiiMlja-tlu- v II Gas Engine Used to Pump Water This Is a Homemade Outfit, Mower Wheels Being Used. PrfrarM by In. United Ftntu Derart-tnevf Agriculture.) r.'erjone who operates a gas engine of any kind should learn first to stop and reason as to the probable cause of nny trouble wblrli develops. In most cases where nil engine stops, loses xier, or Indulges In some other Irregularity, some Indication of the caue will be apparent to anyone with the outfit If he studies the. Such study will problem Intelligently. enable one to nvohl tinkering with parts that are working properly. Kvcn should the cause of trouble not be apparent nfler n little reasoning, no should be made to locale It by or a general cbnuge of adjustment tinkering done In a hnplunnrd way, ns this method will add to the trouble. Fellow a Definite System. Not only will Mil go far toward Insuring success In locating the trouble, but It will. In nearly cwry case, save time, for unless the trouble Is n very unusual one It will be limited In one going over. Practically all experienced oiwrators. In hunting for the source of trouble with gas engines, follow, whether conscious or not, n more or .lust less uniform sylcm of tests. what order these tests should take will depend upon the particular make and type of engine; the tests which can be made more quickly and easily should, of course, be made first. Prom the points mentioned In the following statement It Is belle nl that nny operator who does not already employ such n system can readily devise one which Mill be best suited to bis particular engine. Starting Troubles. Always bear In mind that for n pis engine to run It Is nenxsary to buve a compressed mixture of vaporlied fuel (geiiernlly gasoline or Kerosene) ni.il nlr In pnqier pnqiortlons, which Is exploded by a hot spark uhllo the The mixture Is under compression. park should occur slightly before full compression, except III starting, whin n It should occur Just after full has mssed. engine refuses to smrt. When nn the trouble will, with a very few exceptions, be due to some Interruption of the supply of the proper mixture of gas nnd air, or to a failure of the electrical sstcm which furnishes the spark to fire the compressed mixture. It seldom hapiH'ns that Inith systems are at fault nt the same time, so the llrst thing to do Is to find out whether one of these systems has ceased to work properly. The Ignition system, on the whole. Is more often the cause of trouble than Is the fuel system, ami It Is ustinlly advlsable to test this first unless, on account of the construction of the particular engine In question. It Is easier to mske tests for troubles with the mixture supply. If vou iirrt rma r.f t!'. manr it. for tun lo t r m win r muut fit rvltlio- -t nut.' rlrif nftrrv. i.I, ( ymj rro t- - i,at'1, inx lu. j fpi:i, hcal tic?, rn ti! ti nir-- e. laJ Irrnth. urn ar. i rv ui, your nllprluc f aaytry niel tbtMmedy lir iltligri it Utx aJJco nn.l (Nit TtttIH) if Nature nti.l stitrt tfiLlnc It. rlclit tintuy (Jlvo It a trial fur a ivirk or two J . oS- mw'i httfr you i y (t o, hco h'T ' your tutilh ! rf'Riilar Imnfti irlll Ih in i nj -clwlc work. !''ir roatt taneim Uj ftu'l rttX"l, np ttr rltDM Hf luio THu vnj.il ttlct Imi" rrlrntlMiy il Hnt Imr your joar J1 t try II " ' i t" tiu v.atvr NiturVa nmc. ltt 1 Youon'r t'a n b (Nilrnougli for t i t, lwfnty-- r Uy. list yuu t I. t lutri on4 It iJit af.Motu r 5c .r cMlr VlYm nil., in Ihivp- - m n hmI vi-n ftltntt Kit TuMct xtar. ara lfikn r ni t lopu M?ry liy th.a'a th ti t .rmf nf Ita mtiu nrmtdy tli Anl Ntnrfthtnpt you canl tak- - for hillou) aftt lntlgrtlnn hw. .oitRtlnntlou, It ) mM, nrl lmltir rompUlnti. ur y jour nittrrj anJ irruinmrntlnl tlruigtst. nn-- lt R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. UUCKKYE Mr. W II. fiiilley nnd family were cucsta Tliursilay of Mr. nnd Mrs. Writ. Smith. Mr, Harmon .Ilaney of Uinrastcr is viiltinc Mr. nnd Mrs. Illrum liny nnd family. Krances, the little itaUK'itrr of Mr. ntnl Mrs. Kemp Walker Is ill with pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Mill nnd cliil-drc- n visited her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Ilonie recently. Messrs Smillle Hill and Hush Noel were iruests I'riday niht of Mr. and Mrs. Tnlbott Jenkins. Mrs. Dan Poolin iis.hrrc last week ith her parents, Mr, ami Mrs. Harrison liny who are ill. Mr. J. 1'. I'rnthcr was in Mudion last week the truest of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar llrndrrn. an illness of measles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Long spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kast. Mr. and Mrs. IMd A tree anil family were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. W. Warmoth. Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Kast were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Kast I'riday afternoon. t Mrs. S. N. Panders and daughter, Nancy, wire visitors of Mrs. (Irani Sanders Friday evening. Misses Mary Hardin and Mabel Eji El KB Kf tM ftii (H &B M J S l "Vou little rascal tJ.im! atone tie wr. didn't yo? Kept grandma wait!- -! Oh wcU, it's all tight. Because CALUMET always titihU It'a worth wattlnfor. Always wri woik. Never fails. Never come. Never shii- WMtrt minutes or materials and I know it's pure and wholesome, as Calumet contains only such injrred'ents as havr been approved ofiiciAlIy by the U. b. Food Is Vw lill 19V filaj lB I III BAKING POWDER 1 lP C lB I'rewitt of Ilcren College, spent last week end with their parent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnmiron I'rewitt nnd little dnughtrr I'uth Cameron, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl I'rewitt, Sunday News has been received here of the 1'lll IfllBi 111 1'l j I n uhtnyvu buy M it)ou mi HIGHEST ukn , you ust it LLli 1 H 11IJIII1 III JMll fllll filt death of Mr. and Mrs. Fount Cook's baby girl, (Iracie Viola, her death being caused from mcailei. Mr, and Mrs. I.ee I'endletoii, and children were truest Sunday of her parents, Mr and Mrs Oronrnn I.ockrr. PALS .Mr. and Mn. S. .V. Morford and on, Walter, were irucsts Sunday of THE FIRST ROUND their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde INOCKSiuT GOOD SORGHUM SEED RRFATI Y IN nFMANI) For Outdoor Chess Game. Iti a Lifetime Dusleejs. Chessmen, which range from two to The content of tin- - v blow's cruse hail quite a reputation In their (lay. three and one-hafeet In Iiilt probably nothing oSe ever lasted made of aluminum, collapsible, nnd as lone as the settlement of n large pailied In a special trunk, have been etate In the hand nf n competent ex- Ulven to the library of the University ecutor. Ohio Stnte Journal. of Wisconsin. ,A Milwaukee mnu. now ile.nl. designed them for use In public contests, on large Indoor or outdoor The Lucky Horsethoe. The superstitious ipo of horseshoes chess boards, with a view to Increasing as emblems of good luck originated In popular Interest In the game. England In the seventeenth crnlury. They were nt llrst deemed n protection Taboo. against witches nnd evil spirits, and When anything Is forbidden, or Its vfere nailed on doors nf houses with exclusion Is ordered, Kngllsli-speiikinthe curve uppermost. The custom of people sometimes say It Is "taboo." nailing horseshoe to ships nnd oilier The wonl M derlw-from a custom sailing crnft Is Mill In vogue. once common In Polynesia and New Zealand. It signifies something set j li'part or prohibited because of Its beWhy Diamond Is Prlied. ("if practical uses the diamond Is not ing cither sacred or accursed. Tie sjetem originated In a superstitious l "e destitute It Is, for Instance, the b it of all abrasives but these prac-- t ilrend of the Invisible twvers of evil. il uses have iilmost or quite nothing to do with Its popular esteem. Fidelity In Small Things, 'J bat rests first on the iioor claims esfidelity lr. sm!!l thlnn Is nt thn t ibl'slied by cost and scarcity, and. . bae of every great achievement. We . . In.. i ennd, on the survival In human ims, "imi iwitiri .1.1. uuiif jt-- ( un (nan of the ancient and snMige delight needs more to be kept In mind, particIn hanging about and fastening to the ularly In the troubled eras nf history I dy hits of stone and metal that are nil In the crises of Individual life. l.ilghtly colored or shiny. Charles Wagner. I I Some Extra Money Can Be Real- -' ized by Farmers. Important to Keep Varieties to Bo Used for Sirup Production From Use Cart Mixing With Other In 8torlng 8eed Head. IPrepared by the United States Depart ment of Airlculture.) Rood. nure. viable seed of sorgo ,.. ...... r, DC 1' " " " t Have Tour Tires Retrsaded e Vulcanizing process of retreading not half soleand can rebuild a tire at less than half price. Dry-Cur- We use the 3500 MILES GUARANTEED Any Also sectional repairs on Blowouts. make of tire. Phone 798. The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor. WalBHt Street. Daavllle, Kentucky. n ii irit ir the last two years and n little extra money can he realized by farmers In the sorghum belt If "they lll save the seed from their fod.ler and sirup sorghum varieties, eSpe- dally If they have pure strains of , Mich standard varieties n blink am- ber, red amber, orange, sumnc, honey, ' ourl gooseneck. In uddltlon to the demand for seed of these varieties for fishier and sirup production there Is u limited demand for the seisl of by sirup producer such varieties lis Colruan, Ited X, Cul McLean. The average farm- ler, and ?r. however, who Is growing the sor- gos primarily for forage purixises had best confine himself to kome one of, varieties. the keeping the va The Importune rieties to be used for tlrup production from mixing with other vurletles The sweet Is strongly emphasized. varieties from which seed for tuttiro wanting Is to he gathered should not be grown near nny other sirup or fodV.eu then the seed der variety. heads tliouhl bo cnrerully seiecteu with a view to trueuess of type or variety. With fodder varieties one can go Into n Held of shocked fishier and gather the seed In paying quantities by cutting with n knife the heads from the bundles or from the Individual stalks. It the fodder bus not been The heads enn he thrown lu iouiiiI. nlles at tho bnso of the shock, after he practice followed In husking corn from the Miock, hut this eulalls considerable waste and It Is better to lake n team nnd wagon Into the field and throw the heads directly Into the wagon box. If the field has been properly rogued and has rljiened uniformly It Is more economical for two men to work together and by means of a chopping block attached to the wagon Imjx aeparale the heads from an entire bundle at one stroke. The gathered heads should not be stacked In the field, but nauiea imo the farmyard and plied In long, nar row rlcka in an open sued, care musi be used In storing the heads. Unlessthey are thoroughly dry when sainred Urge quantities thrown together In demand i,. h iv and If any signs of heat develop they should be furiosi with forks to for- iiamage. where an "' sneu is nni nvatiniiie ror ine protcc-- I Hon of the ricked heads they may be idled III the open and coverd nllh h tarpaulin or with bundles of fodder until they can be thrashed. Allowing sew) designed to tie used for planting purposes to be wet by every rain and snow which conies Is Inexcusable een where wet crlods are infrequent and the total amount of moisture likely to be small. Seed Intended to be Used for fe.MIng imr- will not be Injure! to nny con- sldcrable extent by u small amount but wet seed especially during ii season when f reeling temper- It ..1. ..III 1... 7' , " . '. A . Vv.. , ,l Ilttlo tnjury to ' ' ' In n crib or Mn are likely to heat and Drumfield. Misses Anna Mae Whittaker nnd thus seriously Impair their germinal lag The piles of heads sh .1 Kmma Smith, Messrs lleber Whitta be examln.il at least every two weeks, ker and Iluford Smith were week-end Comforting relief from p-- Ia Kuests of Miss Dnrliara Cullcy. makes Sloan's tho World's Liniment Tbl famous reliever of rheumxtio ache, soreness, MiOneat, painful sprains, neuralgic pains, ami most other caternal twinges that humanity uSera from, enjos Its great sale because it practically never fail to bring speedy, comforting relief. Always ready for use, It takes little to jVMiraUiriMetiirHiMsgand produce results. Clean, refreshing. Atalldruf stores. A Urge bottle mean economy. in BRADSHAW MILL. Mr. John M. Sanders is with his brother, S. .N Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dakcr's child is very ill with pneumonia. Master Delbcrt I'rewitt was with his brother, Karl I'rewitt Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. Ilrrt Moberley are re- JoicInK over the arrival of a baby girl. Mnster Delbcrt I'rewitt spent Sat unlay night with James U. Sanders. Mrs. Jesse Kast Is Improving nfter ,IU1, FARM BUREAU IDEA SPREADS SMALL FARM FOR SALE. I will sell privately a small farm of 36 acres located 3 Canada and Australia Ask Information on Plan of Work lo Increasing In Scope. . (Trrrar! Lr tho United Stairs Depart-mtof Agriculture.) Inquiries hnve been received by the Pulled Slates department of agriculture from Canada and Australia for full particulars regarding the organization nnd operation of farm bureaus lu the Pulled States, Indicating that Interest In the plan of work Is no longer confined to our own country, but that other countries are eager lo ndopt n similar type of organization. The f nn bureau Is not only an In nld the work of the county agent, but Is becoming the olllclal ugency. or Institution, eduen-tloun- l In with the stnte and nation In meeting agricultural needs, and lu planning. administering and directing all phases rf extension work In agriculture and home economics lu the country. LAW OF FOOD CONSERVATION To Turn Inedible Feeds Into Edible Foods Is Great Aim Dairy Cow Is Efficient. (Prepared by the United States Depart' ment of Agriculture.) One great law of food conservation Is to turn Inedlbje feed Into edible foods In the cheapest possible wanner. The dairy cow will utilize coarse material. Inedible by humans, such and hay, and as grass, corn-stalkwill turn them lutu iiiitk, wnicu is suitable for huuuiu food. Other farm animals are converters of coarse rough' aae luto edible food, but are not the dairy cow. etodent iharacter, for miles from Lancaster, on road from Gilberts Creek Station to White Oak School house, one-ha- lf mile from railroad Station and one-ha- lf mile from good school. 1-- 2 This is a very productive piece of land, and Will grow Hemp, Tobacco or anything you want, all this farm is in a good state of cultivation except four acres, which is in timber. For particulars see or write, MRS. W. D. GOOCH, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 4. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919 PAY AND FILE 1 1JUYANTSV1LLE Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Curtis were in INCOME TAX Lancaster, Monday, Hon. J. II. Ballard was in Frank-for- '. Monday en bulnes. Mti, John Campbell h4 gone to Frankfort for n weeks stay. Joe Hamilton has purchased a new seven pmsengcr "Nash" car. Miss Martha Curtia was th guest Paturdny of Miss Allcne Curtis. nr. and Mrs. B. A. Dawes visited friends In Oirpst-.ulat week. Mr. Edwin Wylle was the guest of Mr Cioebel Ballard Saturday night. Mr, BulTord Doolin was the guest of Mr. Herbert Doolin during the pnt week. Mr . Jnnle I!o?e has returned from n visit to her son, G. C. licsc of Enu finlli, Florida. Mrs. Mory P.. Berkley Is showing some Improvement after suffering with her eyes. Mr. Lewis Broaddus has returned from Bercu College where he has been attending school. .Mr. and Mrs. Clay Parks of Danville, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Swope Sunday. A. B. Snopc has recently purchased 'JO acre? of land adjoining the farm where he now resides. Miss Stella Mae Crow has returned visit with Miss Edna from a week-en- d Davis of N'icholasville. Miss Fannie Dowden spent the week-en- d with her mother, Mrs. J. T. Thompson nt Paint Lick. C. M. Dean is "lighting up" Camp Dick Robinson nt his handsome home wi.li the new Delco system. Misses Lucille Lackey and Fannie Dowden are guests of the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis. Misses Martha and Margaret Cur-t.- s nnd Mr. Cail Curtis attended the s jrprise party given Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Mahan. Dr. B. A. Dawes recently sold two ti.'C. dahy coas to Mr. Clay Sutton, near Lancaster, it it understood he received a very handsome price. Sergt. Jennings of this vicinity is at home from France. He was wounded in the battle of Argonne Forest also saw service in several oth- BEFORE MAR. 15 U. S. Internal Revenue Bureau Gives Warning That Severo Penalties Will Oe Enforced. WOMEN WITHIN LAW'S SCOPE; HOW THEY REPORT INCOME The Income Tin drive comes lo mi Saturday night, March 13. All iiml returns iluc nn n)inriil It nt ilnle under the pruvUlmi of I lie new llevoiuie Iavc muKt lip In Ilia hnnil"f Incnl Inli'ninl Itectiue Cnllec-lnr- x before tliclr ollli ei rlni ttint iilulit. The Income Tn Is being mllrrti'il In Ilnery perron Meet the nnr cipeinei.. h)io hottteil iiinl looted IiIm linm on Arininlee liny Is nmv cnlleil mon in conltlhufe fill slum- - of tlu out of "In-iil'ithe war. The lajrirnnli niul the iloili-er-s will face min fines uml J.ill Tin- - Internal Iletenmi llurcnii announces Unit ll otlUers will tlieck ill It up to m tlmt every person wltn comes within I l.i- - snipe, of the Income illil his !uiri Till Where to Pay and Flic. Resident" of Kcnturky kIioiiIiI mala thHr returns uml mj-- their tme to tlii- - ncnret of tlin followlne; Jns.li T. (irillllli, cinlion; J. HoiriTn (lore, I.oullllc; Charlton It. 'Ilinnitnn, rntliigtnn: l.lniHvl lluuillton, l'tlns-ton- ; John W. I luting. Kimllle. I'njim ill sent by itinll should Ic to I lie return" niul ulioulil he In tin' form of cheek, money order or pniiiciit by null I re unit ilraft. nt tlio lniH)i-r- ' nk of loa. If oii nre iii.nMe lo make jour leesiue of Ilium, or ln iiiaclty hii nisciit or legal retirecnlatle mnjr make jmir reluni. It there nil' nil)' ilouhtful (xiliitii na to your Items of liiroino or nllottiihl In touch nt deductions Jim should once wllh n Itetcmio iiMcer or n bank for ndilce Womtn Pay Tax. Women are subject In nil tlii" requirement" of Hie lncm Tin. Whether lw:te or niarrljd, u woman's Income from nil sources muM be considered. If unmarried or If Urine apart from her hubahd flu-- mut mall! her return for lit IS If lirr net Income nan Jl.-- dose OF LIVERY OUT FIT Owing to pressing duties on my farm, I have decided to close out my entire LIVERY OUTFIT and will sell at Public Auction in LANCASTER, on 'li ft Saturday, March 15 th, 1919 Beginnng at One o'clock promptly, the following personalty: Fourteen head of good gentle horses, work both single and double. t er important battles. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N Morford and children of Buckeye nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Elisha Forbes and family of McCreary were guests at dinner. Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Martin Brogll. irmiT. If married and llvtnc with lier lier Ineome tnit he couihlcred wllh ttie husband's In determining th liability for ii return. Tlielr Joint Ie the redlt" ullimnl by law, Ii subject In uorinnl lax. The vtlfe's net Income U cortiddcrcd separately In computing liny surtax tliat may bo ilue. Husband ami wife file Jointly, nti a rule. If the htiKliniol iIih-- not tncluilc hU wlfe'n Income In hi, return tha ulfe limit tllo a xemrate return. Stvcrs Penaltlct. The new Ileinue Ian-- place never penalties en u peron who fnll tn innle return mi time, refue tn. mnka return or render n fraudulent return. Tor failure tn male return ami pay tat on time a line of not more than ?l. t per cent of the tin named ami I'or ilue-- I nddeil tn the nfffmctit. r'fulnc wilfully In mnUe return 01 or fraudulent ren fnli-for mnVInc turn there I, u linn of not exriedln; J10.i) nml ImprlMinnieut of not one )enr. or both. Frmcr' Incoma Taxable. h Tvery farmer uml ranchmiiii I I a fair or a rood jear In 1!MS imi-- t Income Tni thla )enr. II lieid the tnunt ontder nil h!a Income iih lie Ik entitled In deduct from hi cnta. Income nil amount exendod In rarrjlni; on Ida farm. The cot of 'iitiu machinery, farm hulhllni! mid IniproMuienta ennunt be ileducted. Thn coat of Ile ktmlc, either for retain or for breeilliiK purpose, la ulso na Inveslment. Overtime and Donuiet Taxed. Salary and xingv enrnera inut con-Hn taxable every Hem recelu-from eniilurrs utid fmm other ooiirce. Ilnmise nml ner(lme pay nro tn be reported n well a the. reu-ln- r pajiiieiiK. Allowance, for Lone,. Iisse ninnliie.l In WIS nml tint are iliHluctlhle cnvcreil by Iteiiia If Incurred In the, Inxpajer'a huatncM or trade. In nny trnm-jrtloiinderliiken for pioflt or nrUIng from lire, lorni, ahlpwrii'W or other or from theft. bin-ban- Fifteen sets of good single harness; five sets of double and two sets of good heavy carriage harness. har-nes- ss Fourteen buggies; four carriages; two drummer wagons; pall bearers wagon; one big hack; rugs, heaters, whips, dusters and s livery barn, which are a lot of other things used in a too numerous to mention. Also two good milk cows. first-clas- Mr. Bricc Sechrest the popular postmaster of Buena Vista, motored Thursday afternoon to Danville, where lie was initiated into the mysteries of the Knight Templars and later in the evening enjoyed a banquet given in honor of the newly initiated Knights. Clay Sutton son of Mr. Jame3 Sutton, farmer near Bryantsville nnd Miss Elizabeth Doty, daughter of the late John Doty, who resided near Marksbury, surprised their many relatives and friends Friday evening with a "Gretna Green" wedding. Just received Car of good white Oats, 55c bushel. Cheapest feed oatsOats, Soc bushel. Cheapest feed to be had now. We have corn for sale, white and yellow. Straw, hay and all kinds of mill feeds. Special prices on ton lots t. GARRARD MILLING CO. AlsoVat the same time and place will offer my big brick liv- ery barn on Stanford street near public square. TERMS made known on day of sale. LANCASTER, J t T. jL3 A KENTUCKY. Friends and relatives here were apprised of the death on last Saturday of the little three months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard of Stanford. Interment taking place The entire in Stanford cemetery. family have been down with flu and pneumonia, however nt this writing are gradually improving. Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy was hostess on Friday afternoon for the March meet ing of the W. C. T. U. The principle MAKKSUUKY SMOKING TOBACCO FACTS FROM THE ENCYCLOPAEDIA SQUAF1E DEAL FOR EVERY INCOME TAX PAYER. 1). C. 'The Vnlilnetmi. rlcliln of nil persons no- - tlllni; Imome Tux lelurns are) nmply by provlnlon protecteil for nbiilenicnta, refunil nml n)H CommUalnner Daniel C Itoper. "i;wy peraon enn be aitru of .N'n pemon la exIt Kiiniru ileal. pected In pay more than hla aharn of tax. II In kliuro la determined ml ely by the amount nml ml ii re of hla net Income for 101R, u deflnuil In the law, "Abatement petltlona aro dealt Itefunda with npciHUtndrdly. will be inadu In every cane ton much tai la erronewhere ously collected. 'on the The Income Tax level' oil tho way through." The Use of Flavorings Determines Difference In Brands Tho Encyclopedia Hrltannlca says about tlio manufacture, of smoMiitf tobacco: !.'... on tho Continent ami In America, certain 'sauces' nro I'mployeJ . . ,tlio usa ot tho 'aaucea' la to Improve tho flavour and burning qualities of tho leaves." Which indicates that a smoker s enjoyment depends as much upon tho flavoring used as upon tho tobacco. Your nose Is a sure guide In the matter ot flavorings. Try this timplo test with toveral tobacco brandi: pour somo tobacco Into your palm, rub brkkly, and amell. You will notice a distinct difference In tho fragrance of every brand. The tobacco that smells best to you will smoke best in your pipe, you can rest assured. Carefully tged.'ld Hurley tobacco, plus a dash of ours chocolate, gives TUXEDO Tobacco a purs fragrance your nose can quickly distinguish from uytbr tobacco.. Try It tai m Mrs. Courtney Kobcrts Ij recovering slowly. John Sutton sold to Itaz Dunn 17 Mr. Cy Foley of Hackley, was with shunts at He. friends here Sunday. Itov. J. W. Malinn lllled his Muster Carl Turner spent the week nt Salvisa Saturday nnd end with his sister, Mrs. John Black, Sunday. Mrs. John Smith is visiting her sisMrs. Milton Ueune went to to sec her daughter, Mrs, Hceder ter, Mrs, Harrison Kinnelly at Cotton-burwho is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker spent Mrs. I). T. Hankin vroi called to Mrs. Roy Wayne county, by tho illness und Sunday with their daughter, Prather. death of her sister. Mrs. William Sutton who has been Mrs. Kdmond Sutton entertained visiting relatives in Richmond, has reSociety nt dinthe Ladies Working turned home. Only n few ner last Wednesday, members braved the ruin and snow- . .Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Wee and chilstorm but felt fully repaid when they dren were Sunday guests of Mr. and sat down to the splendid dinner the Mrs. llascom I'elphrey. hostess had prepared. Mr. E. T. Mr, and Mrs. Milton Ward were reSutton has Just purchased n new Sil- cent guests of their daughter, Mrs. C. ver tone and delighted the guests with It. Henry of Kirksville. The Somany of the new records. Mrs. Marcus White and children ciety will meet at the residence of I'ine-vilio feature of tho program being the appropriation of $10 from the local treasury for the purchase of "Cheer Up Books" for blind soldiers of the Also an order for a D. S. Swope next Wednesday at 2 P. spent the day Tuesday with her par- recent war. M. All the members arc requested ents Mr. nnJ Mrs. Jclm Droaddus Sr. framed photograph of Frances E. Willard and one dozen temperance to be present. Misses Dovle nnd Saran Morris of and character building mottoes to be Prencliersville were entertained placed in the Bryantsville school GUY. by Misses Olllo and Fannie building. Sun-day Met-Ida. Mrs. Obe Bolton of Scotts Fork and Miss Emma Bolton of Marksbury were visitor Monday of Mrs. Everett Grow. Mrs Carrio Davidson is with her son, Mr. L. (!. Davidson, of Lancaster, who is recovering front tho mumps. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ynter and family, and Miss Florence Prichette, of Danville, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yater, KceptheChildrenWell To keep the liltlo ones well, sturdy and happy, free ol coughs, colds, cioup, litllo fevers and Inflamed throats, Uid Foley's Honey and Tar. edies that looicn and break up a cough, stop croup and eaia an aching Inflamed throat, and it la clean of all narcotics. The prompt use olFoley'tiloneyand Tar la very helpful for whooping cough,, end the rctttcst fevcrlth itulc that attend children! diseases. M. T. UU, Beir-l- lk, W. V. r!te One of ur rt!t?a b4 a tuil cbiM uka wtibcrouo. Tty cm la mr Moia ami bousbl abviila cl Folv Tr ! btluia ueruln iba tbiU wm calUtty Iccovcrtdj It li carefully made of iclccted rem- IERSEYS ani HEREFORD'S Built of fonlmible age ami younger. ..SV..-I.I ,,.., .in, 411 vt v.v'v It. liUh.t,i nuu ovw iuv duvi in H or aililrt'M R1VERVIEW FARMS, Ctrrollloa, Ky. 1'. U. 0A1.NES, Prop. lleir i4 STORMES DRUG 31UKfc. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 3 WHAT A NIGHT! By LINCOLN ROTHDLUM. 1 , 1919. BUENA VISTA Don Askins Is visltinii in Cin- It wns ihe coldest night llo.ton liml days' snow-fall- , hail In many ycnr.e T accompanied hy n freak bltaard sweeping down from ?fewfotiiidland. had burliil tin1 entire city In 11 homy blanket of while. It nn hut nine o'clock this Sjtunhiy night, mid the elements, mire'tralned. played at will In Ihe empty streets. liorls, wrapped up In a lntfirlo of raruien-coloni- l corduroy, ptihed the tin work clocr to the fire ami snuggled In Iho comfortable warmth of the hum-In- ? 9 teer Into Us If you want Graduate Mechanics to keep your Auto up to snuff and out of trouble. cinnati. Miss Until lane lini begun her school nt Antlooli. Mr. Dudley Ijine sold Ms fnrm to .Mr. IM.I Williams. Mr. II. C. Kuble made n business trip to Lexington Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ruble were in Nlcliolasvllle, last week. Mr, nnd Mrs, John Scott spent Sunday with their pnrciita here. Mr. n dn.Mrs. .J II. llublc left for .St. 1'olcMburg, Kin Inst Tuesday, Miss Georgia Dunn Is with her brothers, Messrs J. 1 nud Hen Dunn. Dr. Allen filled his regular appointment at llnrmony (.'church Sun-laMcfsr llownrd laine, Mark and Tom Jennings were In Lexington Inst week. Ituble Scott of (irecndnle wns with his mother Mrs. A. D. Hcutt, Saturday and Sundn: .Mr. Joe Hamilton nnd sons lioscor, anil S.ilouc, were visiting Mrs. Ike Hamilton Monday, Mr, C M. Dean ami family nnd Mr. Carter Celtnrs and family wore guests of Mrs, J. W. Askins, .Sunday. Mr. William Drown wns railed to Cincinnati Inst week by the serious illness of his little daughter, Ituth, who Is much improved. Mrs. Nannie Jennings gave n din. ncr Sunday in honor of her son, Homer, who has Just returned from several months service In France, Mrs. I.nurn N'nylor received n letter Saturday from her son Hen, who wns wounded in the Argonnc Woods, say-Hi- t; he was getting along nicely nnd Iiok' il to be home soon. Mrs, J. W. nnd (!. II. lame enter-turne- d nt dinner last Tuesday, having fur their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J, I. Hamilton, Mr nnd Mrs. Howard Lane, Itev. J. It. Moorman, Capt. I'.lkiii, and Homer nnd Lucy Jennings. Whcltsonif Don't. Don't lose our temper. It Is of far more lniortancp to keip good tempered and undisturbed evil if things do go a little wrong than to set the nerves of the whole family on cdse because of some omission. French In South Amcrlcs. Throughout South America French unlTcrvnlly nnd; .lltlons of the lales are In inon holm- -, nnd liook stores an. filled with modern I'rinch writers of prone or ere, both In tmnhitl"ti nnd In the original. N nlmoM J logs. "Jut ro'.t " n year ngo tonight," flic luur-aurdreamily, "hut It wns not o uiiif, nln," remonstrated a comely tnil of sixteen, who fqnnttcd Indian al- fii'hlnn. cloe hy her, "you niu-tn- 't unt. flciit- hmv limit ll Ic sltioe I lllf I'm big enough to know what men do, and I'll hot my new ride Stanley Chalmers ain't no coward. Whnt'll day, yon '' W The hoy extruded hM cramped legs, and cocking them up before him, claped his hands about his knee. He knew he would again hear the entire account of why his sinter broke her engagement with Stanley Chntnipr, Rnd lie wanted to he coiufortuhte during the recital. "It was not so cold as It Is tonight," Doris began, n If reciting a leson, "when we turned the comer of Dorchester and S.ixton streets. He had Jut In in telling me he would protect me from nil III, when n horrible-lookinfellow humped Into me nnd swore out n terrible oath. I surely expected Stanley would knock him down, hut nil he did win grub my arm nnd htitle me off," "When we got home," she continued, pulling the bathrobe closer about her. "you were In the hall and hoard me tell him I could never marry n coward." V , "Aw, I gue III Ret some more f? wood," lloli answered prnctlcally, nnd In an effort to change the subject, "the fire's ellng down." In a few moments Itoh returned from the kitchen, his arms laden with roughly chopped pine boughs. As he crossed the threshold between the two rooms and stopped to adjust hN burden, from the upper regions of the house n terrific crash reverberated. The wood dropped from his anus nnd he dashed across the room swiftly to his sister. "What Is It!" his lips formed the words his voice refused to utter. j "We must see who It Is," she wills- - ' nnd pered, thoroughly frightened, grasped the rod used to stir up the embers. They must get help. With a dash through the short hall, they threw open the porch door. Doris' shrill call wns lost In the shrieks of the wind. What went there? Wns that a man, WANTED-A- T bucking the gale? Was that figure enveloped In a great coat a real man Five hundred thousand new houses Since your earliest childhood's .10 High Grade l'crchcron mares nnd a car every other week during aent by Providence to help them In that the needed nt once within the boundaries Ihe season shipped by express direct from the farms. See our l'crcheron Would he pass memory you've believed their predicament? of the United States! snake' tail never dies until the sun their house? Did he not henr them? Hares before you buy. Time to responsible parties. So the Department of Labor tells Will show you liortas any day in the waak ascspt Monday. "Help! Help!" they called out In goes down. condiAnd you know that it wiggles a us, and if we only study the unison, "we're being "robbed I There's J. F. COOK AND CO.. Lexington, Kentucky. realize that they a murderer upstairs! Help I" long time after the serpent has been tions at home and Phone 47. Night Phone 2843.Y or SC31. hear. He was turning. put out of the wuy of doing further ore similar throughout the country, The luilr-dl- d we shall be inclined to trust to the acHe was coming towards them. As he harm. vaulted the low stoop. I!ob tainted. For you've killed n snake nnd curacy of its statement. "Upstairs." Sicasmjuamm Houses are not to be had. Inquiryou've watched the antics of his toil. He cleared the first three steps with Uncle Sain has killed Prussianism ies for them either for purchase or a single hound, Ignoring the poker The tall rent meet with disappointment. The Doris mutely 'held out. "tletter that but the tail still wriggles. than nothing," she subconsciously that is the outgrowth of all that mon- restriction of building during the war thought, and followed up In Ids wnke. archy stood for; the extortion, the has of course played n great part in Into one bedroom and then the other oppression, the cruelties nnd wrong producing this scarcity of homes. Jie cast the glare of his pocket flash- of long years' standing. A shortage of houses is to be relight. Under the beds and In the cloJust now,it is manifesting itself gretted for several reasons. It ses, no corner escaped his rigid Inin the form of liolshevism. Where two fammeans congestion. spection. And then Into the bathroom. outgrown the snake itself in ilies are living in quarters which are It has The door stubbornly refused to open. for one, Someone was holding It. They en- I'.U3sia an,d has twlnecbltself around by rights only sufficient It there is inevitably crowding enough tered the bathroom anil the door the. throats of a helpless people. Residence I'liune 33.3 Ollice Plume 18, infolding Germany In its to affect the conditions of life more banged tight ns the flashlight went nut. is gradually n coils. Alone In a dark huthrooni with or less unfavorably. itrange man ami n burglar! It's trying to stretch across the tea Also, if n small town has only What a night! to America. houses enough for its present inhabDoris screamed. jj-- i And America wants none of it: will itants there is no possibility of furThe man located the electric switch Lave nor.e of it. ther growth. N'cw residents, howand light filled Iho room. A slight stir If necessary Uncle Sam will put n ever satisfactory they might be as gnlnt the opposite wall brought them sun goes citizens, simply cannot be nccommo- Long Mounttin Rjnge. , Rugby Football. , shout fa on the defensive. And they foot on that tail until the Sumatra Is of volinnle origin, and, saw an extension leaf to the dining-roo- lown. At Ihe famous xeliool of Itiigby. Kng- dated. rT!ml. originated Hint form of football, together with the other members of But there' un easier way. Just table slip from Its moorings and Men who have capital or can beiirlng the mime .if the hcIiooI. Ihe Jliitny group, formed In mi early i the indusJoin Its mate at the bottom of the keep the wheels moving, for the use of It should wake no" bathtub In a crashing embrace. tries active, business good, finances up to conditions and realize that the An in-- ilptloii, nt P.uuby rend: "ThN peilod of the wvrld n part of the Asilaughed. Doris sank to the easy, nnd general prosperity in th Ktono 'oioiuei.,oralei The iiinti the exploit of atic tvnllucut. Tin Hiirlvous, or Htl-- 1 present is nu excellent time for xviH'.iin WeLb Hills, who. with n I'.no imitni Alp, form ii lirnl.cn chain of J floor. He assisted, her down the stair-'ay- , saddle loping along. building. db.va-iin- l wliere Hob sat In frightened pafor the ruled of football, im mountains, running; l.'iigthnlw of tbo Just finance pence ns you financed tience. In n few moments she was In Die first pises, the greatest ne- jib. .nl in his time, first took the bull Islwid. .Home of li'- h'Khot jmlntd of war. composed. cessity of the country just now U in hln n tun nud ran with it, thus orlgl- - tbo ehnli. rrc IH.ihij und PiUfK) twt So long en jobs are plentiful, wages n iljg the lllxtllKtlV" fentUIC of tin! nbovo the level of tbo H'll, Hoeky , "That we found no burglur docs not mi s.d' ctnnrltr rhi fit fill work for the returned soldiers and i . .. " ...... Molllitnlii ' .u! I. Xuuu, mu lessen my gratitude, Mr. i..! 'lie. A. D. I SSI." II r.,.l-l- , M. ..!.. ll- -"; The man lowered Hie high collar ainii under the sun as tractible as the."""oulJ ond P - taM"" ' closely concealing Ids head. No man so well average American. n act of public spirit, supply ng "Stanley!" Doris gasped. satisfied. No man so entirely con-- ! MMer home town with the "Didn't I tell yon be wns brave!" j tint with his country nnd all it olferi. j yelled liou, pulling the hero toward the houses required for Its progress nnd provide nil of l'ncle Sum wants to , fire. Klght now he Is hard;1, And a they gathered about It com- these things. Lastly, tbo demand for houses . .i. .. forting warmth, DorI looked up Into .......i that well built homes will ryes of toft brown and gently nsfctd: , Ho owes a large sum to American in-- 1 a cnt .Investment for "But, Stan, won't you esplaln about a . dustries. oery one of which needs its Houses to rent will be jear ugo?" money in order to readjust its ulfairs lno The man squared his shoulders. "I to n peace basis und insure u quick tin assured (ource of Income. And I the sale of houses upon easy mont knew that the fellow wouldn't hurt industrial revival. you, for he was ouly drunk. Hut 1 ly payments is n most satisfactory It is inexpensive-D- oes Much of this mu.t come out of the plan. A town which lini these to to embarrass you by thaj didn't want not evaporate-E- asy Loan. that would nave gathered nud i next Victory-Libert- y crowd offer can secure u fine class of thrifty. So get ready to help Uncle Sam struck him." citizen?, who ns they ure to use-D- oes "Why didn't you tell me all this help American i rosperlty. Ipruueni will bo Interested not freeze And crush the life out of Ilolsliev-ts'- a in their homes nnd surroundings. never gar me the chance to "lou utterly. and one application will last all explain. Too Just Judged me." Local bunks should see their inter Prepare for the next loan. Doris bung her head In contrltlou. csts in financing builders where ncc One paskdgt protects a Ford car toJflveJileiJriTes below zero "Forgive me, Stan," ihe whispered, is to be hoped that us the Our philosopher says: Hundle your rsrary. It of his and a h sought the oomfort progresses, wo shall see a good season protecting arms, naively added : "Can't farm so's when you've got to leuve it class of homes going up In Lancaster, yon sea I'm catching cold without tar behind you, nobody'll say anything ucli as will reflect credit upon the rtogf town and bring pro'fit to the builders. (Cepynght, 111, or the MeClurs Nsws-p- r hard about you. hett" : 9 M Work Guaranteed. We have accessories of every character needed to supply your wants. OUR "KANT BREAK" SPARK PLUGS ARE GUARANTEED AGAINST BREAKAGE OR SHORT CIRCUIT DURING THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR "ITS THE WORLDS GREATEST SPARK PLUG." 'Star" and "Racine Horseshoe" TIRES are Guaran-teed with our money. The .Central ONCE! Garage "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE" The Serpent's Tail. PRIVATE SALE. Environment Counts. It Is well to remember that environ-inohas much to do with achievement. Asorati only with those who are full of and ib'tennlm-to succeed. Keep clo-- e to ieode who encourage you. Create pencf In the home. Make of II n harbor of refuge, n Iiieuns of escnp.- - from n work inlay world. If you will do this, you will find yuiirsrlf well un the road to mcci'ss. Fern llownrd. nn W. 0. RIGNEY and Funeral Oirector Embalmer. Kentucky. Afghan Music The Afghan bine n penihtint for iiiu.lnil Instrument, nnd the wenllhler clai's loiirt some imtly makes, though their mn'iner of Ibein Is nii'u Imt -- tarlllng. An A rutin n iii.bleinan for n grand piano, mid had nil the lower part cut off, ns he found It most incn!cr.t to piny It squalling on the floor. Lancaster, Women ! ' ..."., - Hero Is a rncTOCu to Luffcrlnr; women, from Mrs, W. T. Trice, of I'ublle. Ky.: "I sut-fen-d with painful...", tbo writes. "I git dom with n wcakiirsi In m b.irK nud limbs...! felt bolides rnd d..,t lisd about Klitn un b of ever beiiif! i.i'l i, when u frlcad Lasted, I ' Talco i.,t. '!. JOHNSONS "FREEZEPROOF" Tim Woweii's 'Tcrio Aniiu along, nnd It cured me. I am stouter than I havo been In years." If you suffer, you can approclato what It tncnut to be strong and well. Thousands of women r.Ho Cardut tha credit for their good health. It should help Kit. Try CarduL At all druggists, 1 PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. a r,' ii t wti la I g:r n ilifferen-s.- .. marked I crev slronror light I I' -- n C.irdtil. In winter. McRoberts Drug Store. yadifate-- ) The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 13, 1919 Manure Spreader, Pitless Scales, 24 Disc if taken ot once. grass seeder-Che- ap H. S. Plows and Turning plows, $12.00. Oliver Hiding and Walking Plows. John Dcerc Disc nnd Smoothing Harrows. American National Fence at Reduced Price while it lasts. Decrinc Wagon nnd old Buggy cheap. Miss Snllic Lou Myers has return ed from n weeks stay in Stanford. Mr. Allen Johnson, who has been In Phil- stationed at the Navy yards adelphia, hn.t been mustered returned to Lancaster. out nnd DEMOBILIZATION CONFERENCE. To Be Held Here Next J. R. MOUNT The Sr CO. the week-- CI Deal House. HOUSE PAINT AND CULTIPACKER. Mivi Allie Dunn spent t Gossip About People ml in Lnncatter. vsv in Mrs. Sam Cotton hat been spending a few days in Lexington. Mrs. i A Hrltl Mmllon el lh Comlni and Goinji by Thou Wi Art Inltmtid In. Ktiznhclh Dillon, of Stanford, the guest of Mrt. N. Miller. Mr. George Ilunlette of Louisville, has been n recent visitor In Lancas- lrc Mrs. W. II. Mnon nnd Mrt. W. It. Cook were visitors in Danville Tues .Mrs. J. It. Si'llman, nf Virginia, it day. fur a unit to Mi's Minnit' Ilroun. I.itlle Frank Curtis l!ohinoti, who Mih llcttle Wwt, lim rPturncil has been imitc ill, is somewhat imfroiu n islt to Mrs. O'llaimoii, of proved. Stanford. Mr. It. S. Ilrnwn of Fnrmdale, was several lays Mrs. (5. M. I'atttTfon nnd Mm. a visitor in Uinm-le- r ilnys this week. liuiM'll Crumrin, spent in Cincinnati, ttiit cek. Mrs. (laley, of Imliana, it the guest Mr. V. S. i:ikln of Atlanta, spent of the family of her brother, Mr. .Mumlny in Stanford with MImm Dave Itos. Jennie nnd Charlotte Warren. Messrs lloone Sanders, K. W. MorMr. Homer Jennint, raine up from row and J. I. n mil tori were ill Dan'amp Taylor, nnd un the Ket on ville Tuesday. Sunday of hit friend. Miw Nancy I.ee Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Goldstein have llnpnil. returned to Uincnatcr after several in Cincinnati. Mr. Ketor l.nuoii left Friday for montlis Charlotteville Va., to riwumi hi Mrs llettie Kuble anil daughter. courec- - in law at the L'nivcrlty of Mrt. Lane, were guests last week of Virginia. Mr. and Mrt. A. T. Scott. t Mit Inet I!ny, who U a ntudctit at Mrs. Wood iturnside has returned the Itichmoml Nrrninl, was the. week from it visit to her nunt, Mrs. 1). D. :m-s- t Mr. and of t.er dicnU end Geiger, at Huntington, W. Va. Mrs. K. II. lt.iy. spent the Mist Minnie Johnson Miu Joan Mount motored to Lex- week-enwith Mitt I .envy Dunn nt ington MoniUiy, thou with her were her home on Lexington avenue. Miiues Margaret Clark and Delia TinI Mrs. Joe der nnd Mrs. J. K I'.ohiiuon. Mrs. F. II. Marksbury. .! Walker and Miss Mary Doty have Mr. and Mrs. J. t. IViipttn, and been recent visitors in Danville. beautiful baby, of Covinirton, i.re here viitln(r Mr. ami Mm. J. Han- Mm. Anna Hubble nnd daughter, dolph Harris, on Pamille Aw'tiue. Mattie Mne, have returned from a visit to relatives in Hedgeville. Mr. J. II. Crump, who has Just received n discharge from the Navy, Mm. Hugh Logan, Mr. ami Mrs. 11. lint returned In hit home ill Millers-buri- r, Clay Sutton and Mrs. Then Currej after a viit with Mm Margaret were visitors m Danville Tuesday. lVnce. Mr. It. n. Meltoberts has returned Mrs. William Ilurtnn motorwl tn from a visit to hit daughter. Mm. Lexinctun, .Monday, taking with her Iluckner Spindle, in Norfolk, Va. Minnie Mwes Martha Kavanaunh, Mrs. Len Peters was called to Mae llubinsen and Mrs. (!eorne I'. Itichmoml Tuesday by the sudden Ilobinton. death hf her uncle, Mr. William llur The friendt of Mrt. 11. C. Hailey rut. nre clad to know of her recovery Mm. Lula Johiiton and ton, Mr. from her recent illncM, although at yet she has not dispensed with the Allen Johnton, have returned from a Johnson, in visit to Miss Florence services of her nurse. Lexington. dipt. Willis Kennwly of the 138th Mm. Il.lla Arnold Francis, who Iris '" formerly Kirs; K., from France, is iitirir been ill, has recovered sufficiently to t rctu-in.- il nunt. Mrs. J. P. Doty, an 1 ot'nr be nble to resume her work in her millinery parlor. fnili.I.i and relatives. Misses Kate ami Lillian Kinnaird While nttemptini; to crank her car. Miss F.liiabeth (iihbt had the misfor- have returned from a pleasant vjtit tune to ditlocnte her arm, which has to their sister, Mrs. llassctt, in Lot been causini; her some pain, but her Angeles, California. friends will be clad to know that she p r.r.irj,r.i,r.',t it able to be out again. on liusinms Mumtiiy Mr !. M I'.ittrrjon wns ter. ty " '.t Mrs. W. II. Pumphrey who hat been xitlting relatives nt l.aiienster. stop, peil olT Mnrion, Mr. anil College to here Wednesday, N, C for n short visit with Mm. Frank V. Pumphrey, on Saturday, March i! 4, - FOIt 15 Dr. nnd Mrs. Gilbert have rented the Christian parsonage on Danville A meeting of unusual importance ucv. .Moorman will nnve wns held nt the Iincastcr High nvenue. rooms at the parsonage. School building yesterday when plant Mist ('ceil llatBon, who is attending were formulated for a Demobilization school nt K. C. W wnt operated on Conference which is to be held in the frr appendicitis nt the Danville hos school auditorium next Thursday and ttevs. II. 8. Hudson, V. I) Friday, pital, Tues.lny nnd is doing niccl). C. I). Strothcr an-- i Mr, llalph Scott, of Vernillcs, who Palmcter and Messrs A. I). Joseph, W. A. Wheeler, has been visiting his parents Mr. and P. II. Hopkins nnd Mrs. IM ('. Gaines Mrs. A. T. Scott, for tho pn3t ten nnd Mrs. Harry Hudson were present. lays returned to his home this week. Mr. John M. Fatrn it Instructed to Mr. Jake Anderson, who h.it been invite every discharged soldier in the county; Mr. Moorman is to notify nl! in I' lance with the American Forces, hat been mus- the ministers; Prof. Hopkins is to sec tered out and returned to hit home in that nil the teachers of the county attend; Mrs. Gnines the members of the Hedgeville. Wonmn's Club; while Messrs Wheelc, On Wednesday evening March Silt, nnd Joseph nre to see that the meetMr. nnd Mrs. Luther Glbbs gave a six ing is thoroughly advertised over the o'clock dinner in honor of Major It. county. W. Ogelvie. The guests present were Speakers of prominence nnd ability Major Ogelvie, Messrs Woods Wal will attend among them being Itev ker, Itobert Walker, Will Denny and Green, of Itichmoml, Dean John I.. Ucv. W. M. Kldridge. Hill, of Georgetown, nnd Messrs WilMm. F.llen Owsley has received cox and Ovvcns, Y. M. C. A. workers. word of the death of her young kins- Mr. Karl P. Zerfoss, district Sccretar Y. M. C. A. will have charge of woman. Mm. Dove Letcher Ilershler, of the wife of Captain Frederich Hersliler, the meeting. The Kentucky State Conference, of Lexington. Mrs. Ilershler was one of the family of beautiful daughters on After the Wnr Problems, nt relatof the late Mr. and Mrs. William It. ed to the soldier and sailor nnd to the Letcher, of Itichmoml, known over community was held In Louisville 2 when 130 delegates from the state for their beauty and charm. Feb. the state at large were present. There The Louisville F.voiiing Post con- were lawyers, doctors, merchants, tained the following announcement teachers, insurant c men, ministers which is of interest here where Dr. and others present. The principal Ptntius is well known: addresses were mndc by Dr. K. Y. "Mr. nnd Mrs. George I'.ohnn, of Mullms ami Itev. Dunbar Ogden, both Versailles, have announced the en- of Louisville. The delegates then gagement of their daughter. Miss discussed the various problems which Lena Farley llohon, to Dr. Itobert came up because of the war and of .oring Pontius, of Geneva, N. Y., who how the community and the returned is a member nf the faculty of the soldier tould best work together for t'niversity of Kentucky The wed- a better community life nt home and ding will take place the last of April". how he could help the church, school ami play life of the home town nnd Simpson-Hardwi- ck community. This plan is under the direction of The marriage of Mr. Cronley Hard-wicaged 'JO, nnd Miss Nellie It. the War Work Council of the Y. M. C. Simpson, aged !'', both nf this county A. ami it is their plan to have n State took place lust Saturday, March 1st, conference like the one nt Louisville nt the home of Itev. Palmctcr. that held in every State in the Union nnd since Kentucky hns had her confergentleman officiating. On their return home they were ence she has in turn planned to have given a dinner by the groom's par- a smnller conference of the same naents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilardwick. ture in every county in the Stnte. The bride is the only daughter of Several of thee conferences have already been held, at Ashland, Shelby- Mrs, Patsy Simpson, and is a charm ville, Irving, Grayson and other ing young lady. 1 heir many friends wish them a places. Itev. O. O. Green of Rich long and prosperous journey through mond v ho wns at the Louisville Con ference is planning n big one for life. Madison county to be held nt RichClouse-Cro- w. mond the of April. The Garrard County Conference Mit I.ovic ("louse of this county, will be held nt Lnncnstcr March 20th nnd Mr. Iluford Crow of Jessnmine county, surprised their ninny friendt beginning at 8:00 P. M. anil will connn Mnrch 1st, by slipping nw.iy to tinue until on .March 21 lit 2:.'10 P. M. Nicholatville, where they were quiet - This conference is for the citv nnd Tin, eiTfiiinnv wrw m.r- - ' county people nnd nil people who nre Iv mnrrinil formed by Itev. William Peel, pastor i"l"cetc'1 '" att" the war problems of the Christian church. Immediately after the marriage they returned to (tcn''- - U ls l,,!mnc'1 t0 l'rin here sev- l, outside men to help with the ..I,.,- -. .1,.... .), ..Tnm' hoPcl that at least one entertained at dinner l.v a host of ' Murk'; U "cellent speaker will be here for the fri.,l n,..l r.duiiv.M night address. There will be some The bride looked beautiful in a pretty green silk dret with coat and tunc given to it discussion of Soldier's hat lo match. She is eighteen years and Sailor's Insurance nnd to the pro nf ni'p anil it tbt imlv ilmii'liter nf gram of the United States Hmploy Mr. and .Mm. J.um.t II. Cli.us.. She mt'nt v'"vico and of their efforts in The groom is! ""J 8io- - Such addresses as the it very Industrious. "V riven and then dis- """'"It twentv venrs of ace. and n verv nros-- ! cuwd by the people: "What contri perous farmer of Jeaiiiine county. The best wishes nf a host of friend bution can the returned soldier and are extended to this happy and popu- sailor make to the Civic, Kconomic, Industrial, Kducational, Recreative lar young couple. nnd Itcligiout needs of our commun lty and county." Thursday and Friday YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO NEGLECT YOUR TEETH M. S. Hatfield, Dentist. LANCASTER, HEPUR F .... OK KENTUCKY. OF THE CONDITION OF THE CONDITIO!! REPORT Citizens National Bank I NATIONAL i.Vn, LAM'AerMI. K BANK .tT No. u te. THE March (?, OF Close of Business, 4, 1919 TlieClose of Business. Mcli4 1919 Lutu KESOUKCES. ty Itci.i,;. iu ilmcouiiin tlttM Clr- V. tf. Hoiid drfooittd to .Mr iHitlft . .. .V,IMMH fUiMtlOll KKMHMtCI Iuua ai.tl tlc uni Vt2 f hvciukI S fl.OiM H I'liotciirril f IkuxU ileioflltnl l ctiUttnu ipir mliifl to m cult firCO f In C. Uiti'l nnd riTiiflmte VM(Uf1lll OH Ull Mini tilil-lffel r u)f 1,11 i;.iiuut.iK-iiiiU'.ti- Hiid I.Hwrijr 4, nr.ri 1jii Jioitl. rr ilt rt . nlt-rn-i . . . t.VCMl "0 . t'rtit C"0 Mt hiocl VmInp of ijm fill VHpU 111 utotlfiinii) Irrrntcif Hit liHif tint) rn with lift Rlt "till I'tink httlloutt! fI Kfstrve lunk ('hi Kultrnl Mock ol AM 0 (n Nine tldd (r t I ...me nitd 4'9 r Lotidi uriilfn u(hvr tl.Mli ( Mtor li 'llidlt'ft titk) (n mi- of tfiilioi il tioiij. iimikMiif I mine. uiiidtdtd trty Iximii ItutiiU, ludvlittlliffs olivd tviK0(0 115.M0 t CO riu iitiplrdfif-- .:,i(0 Kni iu . 7.Mf Mr UhIiL (it? tM ol turi.liurt'Miid LttHfitl h) .. . ln frmi St.t mtfinc ttoLl lifihki mid liik itnnuiili-nnd lru mhtr 1dc1ii'1h1 In Itnti U. II than li s mi (ilbiT lull bo ll I !(. tlrtt nr tc.wu A4 rrpiith tr Itt k limn llnu ITi lb. i; TolHlMflUin.il. lit.wV Kt nd I ItMClUtltfl VhU rr. louii.i itt mi 1. 1. I ii'k uil ItfLkH rttyor tnwtiof Total MAIUUTlKf. I'.ll.S.'l B.I if m.ivi i" id outtl'lv I ( rtoitlig Luk r cutU I inn mid otlif Trt-iKdoni-t:oi- i fin. d with T uui'Lud due fiom I . H.Trtu. fnttrutft tariud I'Ut iiot coiitrud-m- ( Inrni it Nit ntd iio HifU Ilicciiittlv hot i mI duv. l HlUink. llAtlk . It'll I RI'll titt HiiiuutilB dav Itoi.t tiHtii.ii- III lt('trU tiiibit'. ltd ... I,ltt) to t XN- Hdi r l.Mbbo Mt.M'tl (I) h (H 1'0.3i4 1 ''0 :'.'(mi V2 to 'l Ciltl stock ()M In Total M.0UOU0 I.tAnil.ITlKs 10S t'lidlvldttl prufit. M3.000 00 CupltiilBtock l'ld III In current .. . 1.171 A . W Durp.ntiuuu at'.wv w irn t mid taic vald . UKA'M l)UiUldil l.rcr.tt. luttrtft nud tlli'niitt collcctfd or nt LrciitriDd ti na i mil in .t;. . l.iV.'O 1 crt illtcd, in adtmire r nimurlty j.if.; :a Uitit i hi.1 not famed (Mfprollmtd? i tjt Iiitfrt mid dln'ount collri'ltd vr Anton lit rtirrfd tot Txr tfrtmd rrfi.r.41 ini rrdittd. In kIimiu of ttn.uiritf l.CSt i t'lrrnUtirfc. Nntn MHtotmidtni;. nnd iot tutcd u) f I Htnontit nin to .s Alton hi ihiik S.613 i Aiiioiint rent rttd lor tHta ffi-iuot Itrni Ui'V'l. nnd Vt .(,; H Cm ii am n tc Note onttfi.rtliiii Individual dolti itllect t a;4,7ioo (Vttilird clirck oiitftm dlrtr tochi-etil Totiil rd Ititiit K. :u,tl nnd 'A Ul 71 Tftkl di mmnl dvpnolt. (otbtr lndividiitldtrfoaltutJct nljct to thnntnuk lu-nilfiiitt ti. 37, -. w, toclit-ck- . l;ernr. Tot nl of dunand drpolt tctttr ... ItTl.TWJ tn lOHiid 41 tlimitmik liol- - ffut.jfct to Cf rtinrntf nf dc)ifi (otnvr -. .S luin J.I..1 1'O tlmn for monrr lnrroHrd) .. and II ...!. .Kt TnUlnf time df polt. ul rii)t, litl I,,.. 'V'" I'lM Total BTAT tor KlNTl'CKY. COUNT) Or (I A R B A RI.H ; I, H. C I'FNS (alittr it lUv a bo ST ATI or KCNTl'CKY.COCNTYorUARBABli.s.l bank.doaolenmly tutir thm I lie aoote I, V. K.l'hamti. r.ihler ol Ihf ilove utuned o amcd of my knowlrdre baQl.itu.olelittil) .wi-n- llmt lli hU) .Ule atHtenictit li true to ttie (. f. HkSNv, udt.lle(. mem 1. true to Hie l'.! n( my kuiinlrdir and CttKhler, w K rimmp. iv. til, i Wllfl HiWrli'td mid inorn to WfvTv mt? tlili 1 1th Mtli.rrll.,.11 mill .noru to Wfort. nwtbl.Utti. day of March U. W. O Ulfiiiejr, itT ol Mnrch mm. Notary I'uMtc. r lifimy, Niilmv Tiil.tlc. My ConiinlIou expire KrU 1, Mr'imnil..lnn Kxlrr. J.nilnrr H. IfSO. Corrici Atttti: Corxict Atle.i : . ; J. K.SroitMr", ) IICP.nN H. W, M. h LLlolT, J Ilrriora. I. UiikkitVI Director!. Al tx I: Iicnmt. J. J. Walker, Jct to it,ilmid IS items ii, 2.(l0 Total . IV-- Si bt .iI, Judging Others. mr fellow moil rtifinot juiliri utthaut In sij.m iin'aurr Jmlulnc ""r Wo nn nlunyt Imvnnlly lny clv. . . s r . f i. itKT. ir.tl !y that lo for niir-- st vrrv nrt nro fnrnlrc n lvt'. Tho wnmu wo (v in Mimtlior nuiy ho tho fin nf liN Ipiwrinco, but tliiTt ran ho nn 111 o ocum for us who havo roooznlr.od nnd Inholod it. Wo Warning Had Effect. Holm U PonItlvo wlion tonod nhmit hrr Inlr. Mtor patiently lIMon Ins to lior pltiymntiV taunt for mv ho hocrme nnsry nnd ornl piiruto, Miimpod Iht small foot. nnI loudly tl.ori; "I know I'so sot rod halp mid IVo pot n had tompor to match nif 't. ton. You hotter 'mem-no- r llolon Isn't toad any tint. more. e 5 o , i i , i Called To Bethel. 2 Special Opening The Growing Girl, The Miss and The Young Lndy. From Three lo Fie O'clock bo given a lint for her Dollie" Street, Soineret Common-wenlt- The Woman's Club met Thursdn nflernoon at their rooms on Lexing- si ton nienuo. There was a large at- '? tendance anil a Very interesting program given. Mrs. Harry Hudson ii was leader atsisted by Mm. J. K. Stormes nnd Mrs, IM Cnlnes, Sev- ti eral new members have been enrolled. ''J' "Kuch and every Child will Itev. J. W. Malum, of Garrar I cuunty, has been called to the pastorate of the Ilethel llaptist church and will preach there the first and third Stindnyt at the morning nnd evening The great incrcarc in value of fiirin Itev. Mnhan recently acservice. hind In nil parts of Kentucky during cepted n call to the Salvisn llaptist ne last year hns put the average ihurch, and will serve ns pastor of rica of all improved land in the state both congregations. He will move t,i tci nn nn nAr .....i uii inij'i u i I " I,.. f,i,il.. l t ,,!..!.,, kind up to $01.00 nn aero. This in this week. llnrrodsburg Herald, iludes all sections of the stnte and all FARM LANDS v V A v .v. - s Greatly Increased. it rswa.. ..,.., Miss Minnie Brown in I i GARDEN SEED ONION SETS. I i w I I Sander's Variety Store. I I I IS?S;tSBtSS':'tS3 i SEED POTATOES HILL ONIONS i l!j WE SELL FOR LESS. ! frm 'and. The average vnluj of all tillable land in tho state, good lUnj imJ u $01.00 compared to $50. year ago. It is said Mr. Alex West nnd Mr. K Henley llastiii intend making numer- In the choice sections of the Hluo ' Grass ami of Western Kentucky the alterations for convenience in the (!) eui road, J values have soured ta very high Gill property, on Lexington which they have acquired nnd among pi ices. This Is due not only to the other interesting features will add n great general increase of prices for pergola, thus renewing interest In the nil farm products, but particularly to eld garden once laid utT in formal the enormous prices for tobacco, es pecially hurley. In this the Illue beds of old fashioned (lowers. It is always fortunate in rendering Grass farmers have for the present III these fine old places comfortable for run ahead of the dark tobacco grow-cof Western Kentucky, but the modern living when transformation can be done without much change in question now is whether or not the the exterior. It is the line and mass market will stand next year at high of buildings, the look of gracious, prices or will break and sink buck to antebellum living that is their pecu- law levels under the pressure of the liar charm. Out of the "rash of enormous ucrenge that seems sure to bungalows" spreading out over our be planted this season In the hurley environs, splendid old houses like this belt. In Western Kentucky prices and tho 1'arrn home have a dignity of foe dark tobacco have not been so their own which one hopes may be sntlsfattorv for the farmers, nlthoutrh I Higher than in former years. preserved. To handsome home ifa,,u KeCClVC iciauuiio. ... ,,;ml; ,K011' VjI "";! ,,,ullir;rc,,t; Interior Al- - We a j j n rt II U mm service f" ! 1 s f 2 dinft Tnnfnrl At Kengarlan CyUb lUblBtl. UhlbbUS i llltJU, 19 Years Experience. 15 Years in Ceutral Ky Hotel, Lancaster, Ky. Olnnnnn i rl I I f THE REST OF THIS WEEK ONLY OPTOMETRIST. 1 9 J. J. BYRNE EMl'LOY NO AGENTS. OPTICIAN. Cv3 fhe Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 13, 1919 8 LD HICKORY AND WEBER 2f in. Complete with Bed and Seat, only $ 20.00 1 3in. Complete only $ 25.00. 1 WIRE FENCE 5000 rod of No. bottom 4 foot at 0 SEED OATS and Our second car of Genuine Northern White rccleaned seed goes nt SEED POTATOES Buy 'cm by the bag. Early Triumph, Early Ohio, Ilurbank, Hose. HARNESS DEPARTMENT We call your special attention to our Harness and Shoo Department. Here we make all kinds of Harness or Shoes. Our Electric Machinery nnd will our expert mechanics please you and smooth out nil your harness troubles. (Welch's Repair Dept.) Why Pay More Best Clover seed only $25.00 bu Best Timothy seetl only S.SO bu Best l'atent Hour only 1.45 bag Best corn Menl only 85c a bug Wheat shorts only 2.85 per 100 No. 11! Vulcan plow nl $19. 11! Disc Harrow only $45.00. Best cranulntcd sugar only $10.50 per 100 pounds. Best pure lard $14.50 per 50 lbs Best TOBACCO CANVASS 8c. We entry kinds nf I'arm Implements in stack, Corn DriiU and Planters, Hollers, Plows, Harrows, etc. It will rny uu bit; to come nnd tec for yuursclf. top 55c per rod So. 10 top and bottom 85 45c per rod This is. American fence of best quality. Phone us your requirements. (Welch' Hardware Dept.) cents per bushel Only $1.25 We also save you money on your Clover, Timothy, Orchard Blue Grass etc. (Welch's Seed Dept.) per bushel (iroccry Dept.) It pays to go to WELCH'S. (Welch's P hoenix Buggie A look will convince you. for those who care. Can give you a Piano finish on material that will stand up after the other fellows buggy is gone. We would like to prove it to you. Come and see for yourself. in scock, i 5 WELCH'S BEREA, KENTUCKY. ThT Mrs. Roosevelt Visits Grave Of Her Son. Department GREATEST STORE." JUDGE MABRY DIES. I STORE BEREA, KENTUCKY. -- "KENTUCKY'S Use the Phone and "Save the Difference." Preserve Apples. IV Miry sand which has been heated II. The death of Judge .Milton and cooled again. I'oter the bottom Mabry, who died at his home In Theodore c,f a "tone Jar with and. put In one lay-i- f Paris, Trance. Sirs. I of apples. halng the fruit about Tampa, Florida, on March 3rd, will Roosevelt, accompanied by her son, one-hal- f Inch apart, cover with sand, be heard with deep regret by friends Lieut. Col. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., not In mintlier 'TIs liner of anlilcs. and .to who were fortunate to meet him while to hate a merry htart visited the crave of Lieut. Qjontin on till tho Quito free from Brief cunsumlntf. Jar Is full. The Jar mu the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Price And cheerfully to hear our part, Roosevelt, near In- - clmed airtight and kept In a cool a few years ago. He was a brother For tetter dai are cumins. and placed flowers on the simple I 'ice. The sand will keep the up-- 1 of Mrs. Trice and is survived monument .which marks her son's last pies dry and preserve the IIaor. ECONOMICAL MEAT DISHES. by his wife and six children. resting place. The grave !s being JI.e Tnmpa Tribune has the folEAT may lie made to carefully tended by the inhabitants WKte Paper. lowing concerning his death: pi twice as far In J of the locality. Tin- - white paper of fhlr!i now ' "Judgo Milton Mabry, for years nervine and the ilili I p'ipers are made Is PS per cent spruce! one of the most prominent attorneys Min i.e an valuable. voih! that has been reduced to a pulp, from n nutritive1 of the state, died yesI and politicians A colored citizen sauntering down ..nd the.i converted Irto paper. No j standpoint. residence. No. 310 f in - wood ! as iixalluble forj terday noon at his following th Serbian Rice. Wipe ; from the square to the post otrice, u pro, Fielding avenue, a dampened ccsted an acquaintance of color sun- - tbN pnrpoxi' and In making newspa-he had r, lanilmiird pro! other papers nnd j tracted illness. Although clolli a pure or laeat (N4tioulS0.nkA himself against the brick wall I , nB in failing health for the past products this country consumes shoulder. cut Jlfro.n th.. ... ... .. ...... of the bak uuIUnB. "Hi. cant yer M'iish cords of spruce wood yearly been years he was confined to his bed few . ,. ...... r fln1 I)0tnln. t(J do, Done KQl nU ycr ! vi. City Times. only one week. a frying pan, add a talile'poonful nf work behind yer; ain't yer?" 'ludin' to liny sweet fat, anil one small onion Judge Mabry was born in l'ickens "holding up the wall" with his and a third of a carrot, both sliced. his county, Alabama, June 17, 1851, and Testing Pleurisy .With Coins. back. But seeing it was sunny and I'ut over the heat with the meat, a degree nt the received his I.I-- H. A novel method of diagnosing pleurtablespoonful of salt, a tensponnful of comfortable lie seated himtelf beside isy Is described by I', !ervhonllet l I'nivmlty of Mississippi, and was n slow lire. h:s friend. A man who had overheard pnprlka, and cook over the I'nrls Medical. The examiner ap- abo a student at the Lebanon Law When half cooked add n pint of wal.e greeting remarked in passing, i the patient's chest, ter and a half cupful of rice, adding "Well, Hill you've put all your work j plies his car to ear, while coins are School In Tennessee, graduating from closing his other tins, school In 1872. lie began the more water as needed. Add more sea- '.hind you too". "Yen, How, I'm all I clinked nt the patient's back. v The soning if needed before serving. National sound of the culns coming through n practice of law at Tupelo, Miss., in right. I've gut the Citizens Mutton Stew. Take a piece of milllung seems 1872, where he was very successful. healthy, normally-aerate- d me". ion from the nee'e, cut In small pieces Rank backin' 11c cume to Florida In 187U, settling distant and dull, while through an afand put to cook wllh a sprig of par-leLaw of Compensation. fected lung, through soiled or homoge- In I.ecsburg, whero he opened a law n liny leaf, two cloves, two V. A. even lu j neous tissue, n clear, silvery, metallic otfice In partnership with i lie lav of corapcui-alloand water to nearly cover tho ver locker, who, like Mr. Mabry, later ring Is heard. hours, Ins.' wonderful modern days, Let simmer about two meat. He of us In fact, j ii li In evidence. became a supreme court Justice. then add a carrot or two, cut In fancy H of us receive from the world Just i was elected in 1883 as a member of slices; add six potatoes, cut lu thick I Day of Quill Pen Cone. it we give to It. Sialics and happy the rtute house of representatives slices, a cupful of tomato, and simm s will fall fro ther lips to us If Trlto as true Is It to suy that times from Lake county nnd in 1884 bemer until the meat and vegetables are i.iirvlves piny the same role; but change nnd the manners with them came lieutenant-governo- r Remove the bay leaf and the of tho state, tender. flirt mm ..f or too "big" t'i Alll.,.Ml. II... ii are loo bti-- y parsley and serve. The objectionable, we behind tho ear has not altogether Uls- -' retaining that oirice until 1888, when flavor, the woolly taste. Is In the pink ' '.lew Innso tittle courtesies Mr. Mabry d not bo surpilnil tu see only appeared In this day of the fountain It was done away with. skin on which tho wool grows. It this on I he faces wo .licet. pen. typewriter machine nnd other sim- resumed the practice of law at tho akin Is removed the stew will be more lieutenant-governo- r ilar devices, the quill pen, so far as the expiration of his term as delicate. and in 1891 was appointed present gi neriitlon goes. Is now mora Liver a la Mme. Degune. Take a of an adjunct of romance, stage set- Justice of the stute supreme court, half pound of calf's liver, cut In thin foun- which office he held until 1003. A the liver In salted water UCC"t The seed corn situation of last year tings and motion pictures. The while peeling five large union, slice forced many farmers to test their tain pen ilocs rot lend much artistic few years later he was back at Tallahassee in the capacity of clerk of the la thin slices and cut In halves. Dry seed. Thaftt paid is plainly shown atmosphere to such as these. the liver and place It In layers with by the fact that the farmers in West supreme court, a position which he the onion ;let stand for an hour, then tilled with signal ability. worth cut tho liver In cubes, dredge with ern Kentucky sold 1241,420.50 Duo to declining health, Mr. Mabry flour and season with salt and pepper. of seed corn to furmers in other porretired from active work about four Dredge the onions In the samn way, tions of the State. In other words, house, large barns, silo und years ago und moved to Tampa, after they fry all In it frying basket until the majority of the farmers by test well watered u very active career ut Tulluhassec. well cooked, the onions a golden ing knew whether their own corn was all kinds and fenced; limestone land; ISO acres TIlo the liver In the center fit to plant or not. brown. Judge Mabry was a commanding level; 50 ucrus lu wheal, balance In of tho platter and garnish with u ring figure, both In his chosen profession If It paid so well hut ycur, It will grass. of onions. profit pay a re"! ir.t'blo This Is a splendid farm corn 70 to of law, us a stato official, a Judge of Hamburg 8tsslt Make a mound of always r.very furn.vr shoul I test all tho seed 00 bu. per acre, 'M to 30 bu. wheat per the state's highest court. Ills counthe chopped seasoned meat, adding u 1,600 In 2,000 lbs. tobacco; lfi pinch of cloves and a bit of grated lie expects t. plant s.'hin this season. acre, east of UmUvllle, Ky.; Vi mile sel was much sought in important miles onion, with the salt and pepper for It Is merely tho saving of time and to U & N. It. It. and Kleclrlc station ; matters. He was among the state's seasoning, and cover the top with lat- labor by the use of braln.i. Drains good roads; come und see this place chiefest citizens for a generation and ticed strips of aalt pork, arranging properly used always pay big divi at once: a bargain price, 1100.00 per numbered hU friends mid udmircrs by them carefully, then bake. Remove lends both in money, tiniu nnd talu- - acre. Terms. the thousands." to a hot platter and garnish with pars-- , A. E. SMITH, Oltnarm, Ky. ley. Serr with mushroom sauce. J ElLADlNL New Botsnlca1 lim (aged lour mm with a large tu iiul tun hole pnssln. ' mamma, look ulun . nntbem that man's peelmen. Hard to Classify. a gcntlr- Coming Author "Weil, they are h. mnm In his' sort of bctwlit nnd between. They .Until, "Oh, are is sensible for noiiMn.e mtscs ' v Clirlrtmas and tisi imnscn-l.-a- l for sensible ' .' verses." lioston I'vcata,; TrnnsciIpL Curbstone Repartee. fir- - l, GOLDEN EMERALD $10.00 Kmerald-Kinj,' 6527 COLT. Ml This splendid bred siuldlo horHc will make tho Hoason at my place two miles from Lancaster on the Iluckeye pike at TO INSURE A LIVING Lest Ye Forget, Test. by Emerald Chief. His brecdine; runs back to Iiuurbon Chief mid Harrison Chief on both his dam and Biro's side. He is 10 hands high, a rich sorrel and will weinh about 1U00 pounds. At the same time and place I will stand my tine four year old Jack, is by Golden KiiiK, dam Kmerald Queen CALDWELL At $10.00 To Insure a Living Colt. For Sale 188 Acres This well bred Jack is by Sy Jones, he by Dr. Wood, by Dr. McCord and he by Gov. Wood 33. Caldwell's dam is by Tom Kecne he by Itubc HilliiiK'ton. This Jack is 15-- 2 hands high, black with white points, good bone and body. A lien will be retained on all colts until season is paid. If mare ia truded or parted with the money becomes due. Will try to prevent all accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. ,,, Clarence Beazley, R. F. D. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 31 , 1919. We have only a few fill hm tm They left and CANNOT GET MORE, are going very fast. Come at once if you want one. of these lives depends upon America. The entire country is asked to raise Every cent paid in 130,000,000. goes townrd the relief of the starving 4,000,000. All expenses of the campaign nnd even of cabling the credit Aro you willing to spend 17 cents for the purchase of food nnd its disn day to save n human life? tribution is paid for by n spcclnl fund There is a cry coming to America already contributed by public-spirite- d from across the seas that cannot be citizens. Money, War Savings stamps, ignored. It In the cry of dying wom- War Thrift Stamps, and Liberty en ami chiMrcn, yenrning to live, Ilonils will bo gladly received for the stretching their withered arms tmrnmi nf mirclmairifr fnml nn.t .1..th. you for help, straining their Ing for the victims of Turkish vio- shrunken lips In an clTort to make lnce. you hear their appeal, watching for The campaign has received the your decision with saddened eye hearty endorsement of I'rcs,.cnt that never smile, eyes that will soon Wilson, who before he left for Euclose in death unle's YOU send aid. rope Issued n proclamation in which Don't let your conscience haunt he appealed to the American people you in the future with the fact tli.it to respond for this humanity fund. some life was lost becnuso you refused to save it. Face tills squarely Doesn't Nied I .'".VS. 'X with yourself NOW. IS n human The right kind nf .,' " 1't need 5 life worth 17 cents n day? If it is, up year In ho" lf Special attention 'hntrcal '2 tar. then save it. given to all troubles Z Seventeen cents n day will fur nish food sufficient to sustain life of Mac'clsi': Real Obltct. 9 of the feet. Office one of the victims one day; $5 will Wo (hi lift learn tricks of iniigle In. lake care of the victim for a month order In deceive nthcr people hut to and ICO will furnish sufficient food entertain llicm. The magician's object 2 H ret to mMcitil but tn amue. to sustain life for a year. The defeat of the Turk armies ami STANFORD, KY., their elimination from the war preWhen Traveling;. In preparlrg n lim'li for n Journey, vented the murder of the 4,000,000 Every day except victims who arc now appealing for bake the bread In imply baking pniv-de- r ci: k. After Mblng nnd spreading, help. They must be fed, clothed and Monday :nd Thursday replace It In the cnn. put on the covsent home to some semand Hip will bn n fresh nt every Momny Richmond blance of n nation from the pitiable er", end of bnnd the the trip, thotieh It may be and llur'day nt the 011- wreckage of human life that remains. scleral days, as It was when first ham Iluil'iing. Arc you going to be one of those packed. who will help them? Or will you let it be said that you were appealed to, Simply Couldn't Be Done. to save n human life, but refused? Mother knew several practical gift" Duttcrb'un It Ileal. Every time you spend 17 cents for were to bo given D.inlel. sn she was A meal fi- - n family from one something you don't need, remember preparing him In advnneo by telling bean Is possihi, i,i) in California. that one of those starving women and lilui ho wn tn bo appreciative of prac- Tho bean Is c,i!' 1 !' ' n ,t butter-benchildren in the Near Kast Is deprived tical gifts as well ns toys. "Hut. motharid one nfti'ivd In the I.u Aner." said the lltllo fellow, "my nppro-clcto- r geles uinrKot was n't of life by your act. t t' rot' feet big that I can be glad for long nnd nine Inelir- - In eln iit lfcrcnee. Isn't (live ami give generously until the It Ik said tn be cxn I' . oat ng, simifund is raised. The stricken nations shoes and uch things." Clilcngo lar to the cggplr.tit. uf Europe, cannot help. The saving IS A HUMAN LIFE Worth 17 Cents A Day To You? DR. J. W. Weber Chiropodist Fee iuc On J Hunn House IKWBSCZJ IT IS ONLY IN 1 W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. MAKE PREPARATIONS FOR FARM WOODLAND War Has Brought Matter Directly to Attention of Farmer. Pcor Spcclts of Trees Should Be Gradually Eliminated and Openings Filled Consideration Will Orlng Returns. Irrt-mrn- t by t!nltcl of Asrli'tiltutf ) The tarlmr doniiiiuN which the war made ujHin the farm wnndlimiN In the way nf wocx! fuel, ill nut fur gunstnek and nlrplane prupellcrs, locust fnr tree-null- s, link and hickory for Mhlole ami other purpose, to my nothing nf tho niinnrnu lewr Iiiim' bniuiiht woodbind mure directly to the attention nf farmers than ever befnro. During the next month or so fanners should deride definite' THE LOUISVILLE M COURIER-JOURNA- L Heritage We t ! atlnn Is 11 t' r are abb' Till" iiliinito 'I .I' ll. ukI llulTaln News. An t t ' 'lile. J i'r ihll' bo nf til cy nmi I'M NT LICK - That You Can Read About children I'our of .Mr. Hensley's USE MOST PRODUCTIVE LAND Every Acre Plsnted Should De Put Into Condition to Yield Well Prices Aro High. by lh I'nltwl Hlt mf nt of Agriculture ) The food nnd feed program for this yuir Is murli tho same as In H'lH. Then It ll pointed nut t till t nil uf the scarcity nnd high prim nf Inbnr. the high prices of everything that went Into the milking uf n cmp, mid the necessity for H full linrvoh tho funiur's efforts Mmuld bo iimcen. trilled on Ids most priHlurtlxo bind. That policy bmught the biggest returns tinder wnr cunillllons. The winie I'lan Miuiild bo pursuiil this jear. l'rlo s fnr oxer) thing that go Into making the cmp are still on n wnr basis, consequently eiery aero planted should ho put lutn condition to yield well. It Is tin I lino tn endeniur lo luipruin tho riiTost lU'bl". That should bo deferred until the prices of Inbnr and fertilizer ngnln lu'cniiic normal. It will thou bo most practicable If done as u supple-irm- t to fanning better land. Tbln onr evi ry stroke uf work slmuld bo made tn count un the best land nf each farm, IMds may uffsit tlm so that good high irpenvo of putting In the crops this spring. HTrrnre.1 have measles. Mr. and .Mrs. Jack Davis were in Danville Saturday. J. I.. Coldiron made a business trip tn Indiana I'riday. .Mrs. 1. C. J ( i G I.r. tl'rfpsrft Mn fm lilt3 Fin Stand of Young Whito Oaks. ly what land Is tn bo kept In wond nnd what Is tn bo cleared fnr farm purpose. On many furniH there aro small Bronx unprofitable fnr farm purposes which should be reforested as snnn as the price of nursery stuck nnd bibnr Kennies normal. Now Is the time tn nioko the plans fnr tho future, laying out with tho nsslstntico uf the enmity agent a program nf wnndtnnd Improve-men- t which hull have fnr II object the growing on tho bind available nf greatest possible amnunt of thu 4g most valuable or must rnptd gruulug trees. Then, as tlino ami labor imillahlc, tho plans can be lurried out. The poorer spcclm of trees and Khould bo gradually eliminated openings In the unodlnnd llllod In Just uu the fnrmer replants tho fulled pluco In his cornlleld. A few days spent now In curcfully considering these subjects will bring iiinple return In the future. SEED TREATMENT AIDS OATS At Result of Efforts of Farmers and County Agents Million More Acres Seeded. Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Claude Spill-ma- n on the sth n boy.. .Mr. and Mrs. M, K. Hoss were visitors in Danville Saturday. Miss Klizabetli Iloazley spent the week end with the homefolks. .Mrs. J. A. Hidden was a visitor in Kingston from Friday until Sundny. Mrs. J. P. Iluckcr of Richmond, I was a recent visitor of Mrs. I. C.I j Iluckcr. Friend of Mrs. II, J, Patrick are sorry to hear she ami the two little ' girls have flu. Friends of Gilbert Wilson are glad j to know he is utile to be brought home from the Camp in Georgia. i Mr. and Sirs. I.co MorTctt of Oyn- -' thinnn, were the guests of her sister, .Mrs. Kdd Williams, Saturday night. Dr. Wnllingford and wife nnd two children, .Mr. Joe James and wifo of I'nris motored to Taint Lick Sunday mid were guests of Miss Knte Kly nnd mother. firant and Dewey Metcalf of Stanford were here Thursday mingling with old friends. This is the tirst time Grant has been here since he went to Camp last full. THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New Yorlt Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B. Krock, The Courier-Journal- 's Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press and by Tom Wallace, an Asand Morton M. Milford, staff corsociate Editor of The Courier-Journa- l, respondents. NEWS OF AMERICA AND THE WORLD, covered by Associated Press and an army of special representatives. KENTUCKY AND INDIANA AFFAIRS, reported each day fully and interestingly by special correspondents. LIVE STOCK AND TOBACCO PRICES and complete reviews of all other important markets reported by experts the most complete and accurate market page printed in Louisville. MOST QUOTED EDITORIAL PAGE in America, with Henry Watterson, Editor Emeritus, whose pen is as vigorous as ever. 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Send or bring your subscription and remittance at onco to the office of al al al al al al You wouldn't play a runic of any kind without determining wlm was tlm winner when It was llnMied, would you i rarmlng without keeping records Is the mine Iblng, exupt Hint you aro liable to wake, up mmo morning mid flud that you Have lost the guiav when )uu bud thought )uu were winning. Prospects of Palestine, I'alostlno has neer had a boundary except tho sou on Its west, but It Is understood to be about Kl.om miles In extent. Much of this nrcn I too dry and rocky for tillage; larje parts are ton ilry een fur cattle or sheep. THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY .BsmutiMutsimxam J AGENTS WANT $300 000 FOR ARMENIANS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919. 5 FOR THE FAMOUS RED STAR BLOCK SES COAL AND & FfiMNMJ Lancaster, Kentucky. Profits by Ksperl:nee. No Separation In Sight. of rnurs" nthers nmy On ns they Mrs. Mark ".Mrs. Skinnier tells mo iioicr tliat her hubnnd Is tin unliiit Inter of pit use, but, jiersnnally, tn Invest 111 ntmttier nil well unhonks." Mr. Mark "I wish he'd prove He Mi- - In Imp nliimes nf mine ulilcli til II prmes able tn urease Its own he entlrcd away more than five jean machinery. Dallas New. HK11." lluffnlo Ihpress. Cotton Qtart. Defined. Cotton w lilt ! bus betn put under One day while we bnil n neighbor's hydraulic pressure nf from rt.omi to little boy nut fnr n drive we passed a i H.tl uiul nnd made lulu Bears, III which were eeral cows ilures nil article superior tn Hint mndo nnd miles. I asked hlni hl.ttt Ihnse of utiel. Softer than steel, be I lie idol gear ni.ltii.ru were unit be mle up ton genr lebls vbi-rr,ulely, "If. what lifter II grow tl, tt,.ar5 under frlct'nn. cn'w." i:cbmiKe. Nn Public Vlrtut. Feund MH W( r n In Dreims. That pnlrlntlsm wblrh, catching Its ilreni .s nre with Insplrnllnu frnm nn hlfh, and leaving r.uri Imnirlnalloii. us Is liiun l.j the mse , ut nn liiinii'iiuriible distance below of I be miiMtirer li. U Slewiison, wbn all lesser, gnuellnc. Iwrsonal Inter-nssertIbat be liml m Iralinsl lilstes ami feelings, anllnntes and (In amine inliiil In self uKiiestton Hint lirompts tn deeds of of :f rurnuiuil l.im Willi Hie conception of vnlor, of ileollnn. . . that l . of bis .et stories. wbn public vlrtun; Hint Is Hie noblest, the 'me 01111 t of nil public virtues! """ '""J' '""ke a mine of bis Mil.ll ireanis. HutiRiii BALLARDS OBELISK FLOUR, FIRST PATENT, THE QUALITY FLOUR. Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds. Telephone 26. i30 tlln' now ",Bny vil,nKc9 ,,!"c "Mnlcut In pure white light the resplcnd-- J collect hns sacd many lives. Vvw entirely depopulated and others have rnt altruism of the Anutlcaii people, would he living hut for America's nid. ,y " 8ma" 'rart'on of tlleir toTtT While nil Kurope has hcen drawn General relief money has come to the t pulation. There a n terri'ole Into the maelstrom of human hlood, I missionaries safely, nnd separate Te,nment fam ntl(l ,elr'u'c destruction has rendered amounts for individuals hnve also onimcntnry on FrODOSed me stories when seme women here her Impotent to help this down-trod-- ! reached here. With keen satisfaction were found to have lured several chil-- , den nation, from across the seas, the treasurer reports that nil these drcn to their homes, killed them, eat- - America has stretched forth the hand j confidence in the Integrity and bine-e- n their flerh and then boiled theii of charity and .sympathy. I'resident transaction have revealed universal fat nnd sold it on the market. The Wilson and the people of the Krent volent Intentions of the Americans fn poor who American I'epublic have jon the un-- . handling this money for their Syrian 'lodies of the friendless Local nnd State lenders in the cam- - ' ir In tlm streets tnn mnnv fnr iTvim L'rntitllitf nf nil rliwsn fn tin. frinn.1. ' paign to raise $300,000 in this State ,c nutll0ritIcs ,0 huTVf so at first they land. ' . .... . for Armenian and Syrian relief work ,hrcw ,he bo()i(,9 , , .., , ,f w bu, , n, ..0ur tnsk is rivfr t0 ,)e arc of the opinion that the possibility curried into the sea. Later they col-'th- e necessary funds. There Is food ' mules in Stanford Inst .Monday, for! protectorate for cf an America lecteil them, into tne empty nouses to ue Dougm, mil tne price Is nigh, j which he paid $300. will not lessen the need for re- r.r.d sent a cart every day or two to Ami, besides this, the body must he sources, such carry the corpses on" to the sands. lief work from private clothed as well ns fed:one with n l'OIt SAI.K: Three registered raisas is being done with the funds "Conditions everywhere we hnve weak, emnnciated body, mostly skin Aberdeen-Angu- s Kendy bull calves. ed In the United States through the ,'ntiml In bp verv ml. In Itciamir nnd bones, looks forward In the win. for service. Harry Krye, medium of the campaign which hns Un( f p(,upl, him, (Iio(1 in thc tl.r wln dread, for twtc 4 n poor Hubble, Ky. been In progress since the middle of ,.,, ..:.,,,. in r,..ht tl. mii , r ...:... Jnnuarv. - .. :i '. t n i ...:.t. i ...n ..i.n... I Our pliilosopher sa lobacro v numoer oi euuiu.es r:uve cum' nnining child, was found to contain How much more so If without cloth-- , Money is big money this jenr so v. by plcted their drives and have reached I not put water in the house for your! pcrtion of nn old rotten door in one ing! or passed their quotas, but in many comer. This was bed, Lcddine, table, Fhe money you have helped to (better half? counties thc drive will not be made furniture and nil. Half of the floor until some time this month. Miss was n sen of mud, and the woman Beth Higgins, State Campaign Direc- herself was busy trying to pry on" the tor recently stated that prospects for hutters from thc window which was ultimate success for the campaign. In I , .i -- outhenst. the dirvrkinn of tbo this State become brighter every day. p....,:,!..,, wiml, PftOCRCSS MTU iOcr ROAQ1AK to fCB 19919 sh. ,.nn,.,i to Kn Kentucky is now probably nt the Urn nllltcM in irn ft fu mntlnr, ti. UCtnc I $70,000 mark on the way to its goal. In... .....I nn.l .nmnkt.n.t "111 .. I,nl nnd glorious records have been made s a house if we have nofood to keep In many parts of the State, especially Ui alive?" In- nnother village every ltoyd and Nelson counties. man was dead excent one, and out-idAn idea of the conditions which the Everywhere the greatest mor-tali- tj funds being raised in America will nl wu nmong the men, who seemlaviate is conveyed in the following ed less able to stand the lack of food account of conditions in the Near nnd easily fell prey to various dis1'ast, received by the National Cam eases, especially cholera rnrMR iffi-- to put your cm, and typhus pcign headquarters in New Yorl: from fever. r relief worker, nnd relayed to ir.e "Our teacher in Damour reports Fitatc headquarters nerc: th.it one man ate three boys; that n "Wc arrived in Iieirut n wee!; ago woman ate thc meat of a camel three Our c'nys dead, nnd that 1,000 of tid.iy. The want U appalling. thci towels, sheets, table linen, bedsteads nnn i.u.. -- :n. I u,uuv (llliuuiiuius UlI 111.41 anrt are taken by the relief committee and manufacturing town had Vil'UIUI) Candied. our clothing by the community. Hun- nibalism was also resorted to, on n dreds of people have sold the last bit sninll scale In Sidon and Tripoli of furniture and the last saleable mt3 nnd dogs were eaten. rags from their bodies and then burnAMERICA CAN HELP. ed the timbers from their roofs for fuel. These short sentences nre not "Over against this appalling picintended as a description, but simply ture of suffering and want, of heart-i- s as a sidelight on the conditions. cruelty, of bribery and corrup"The famine has increased in tion, of n nation's crucifixion on the strength with every year of the war,! crosi of military absolutism, stands protectorate Will Not Help Starv ing Syrian People. i,i ;,, ,,i, n.. i,. ,.,;.,.,. .n)lly ijy. COOD ftOADS notf.vlntuallybutNOW. vrro ll.nl.:n. 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